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  • #16
    I just use my trailer gate, pull up paralell to the gate start to make a zero turn pulling one front tire all the way to the top of the gate, the hole deck is just about 2' off the ground.

    I have thought about a lift, but a couple hundred bucks to lift the mower, ....... thats a bunch of beer, haha.
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    • #17
      I just use my trailer gate, pull up paralell to the gate start to make a zero turn pulling one front tire all the way to the top of the gate, the hole deck is just about 2' off the ground.
      Can you do that without it being to rocky?

      Do you have a picture of how you do it? I'd love to see.
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      • #18
        Can you do that without it being to rocky?

        Do you have a picture of how you do it? I'd love to see.
        I can grab some pics of me doing that, will be changing blades wed. night.

        Any good idea for me when i take the pics, i have to go in and resize all the pics i put on here, something i can do to make it easier?

        I know this request for info doesn't fit this thread, but just curious. Thanks.
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        • #19
          It seems that photos wide as 600 pixels work best. But that's my view.
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          • #20
            Trailer Gate Changing!

            I as well use my trailer gate, i just drive forward like im loading up, but only put the front wheels about 2 feet up the gate, its not the best clearance, and I DO NOT CRAWL UNDER IT! I have once with both the trailer and the mower wheels choked but i wont recomend it, i just stretch for the middle blade bolt!

            I use my dewalt high torque, cordless, impact wrench, with my correct size impact socket, with "built in swivel"!! Makes it much much ezier than with a non swivel or even with adding a seperate swivel, the swivel socket of 15/16 cost me a whole 15 dollars, the high torque cordless impact gun almost cost me a wopping 400 dollars! However my friend owns a napa and ordered it for me at his cost of $290! Thank God!

            This job takes me about 10 mintes tops to remove old blades and put the new ones on.
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