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 05-13-2005, 13:50 Post: 111026
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I was looking at one of the Ads on this forum for upright mower deck storrage wheels. Seems like a nifty idea, but I believe my deck would pee gear oil from the case breather if I tilted it up. Anyone tried one of these set-ups. Could save a lot of room if you don't loose your gear oil.






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 05-13-2005, 14:04 Post: 111027
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 Mower Deck Upright Storage

Beagle, those are for the BX decks I believe and there has been no problems with standing any of them up.






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 05-13-2005, 14:07 Post: 111028
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Thanks Art.






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 05-13-2005, 14:19 Post: 111029
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I stored mine that way for most of this past winter with no leaks or problems. You could just lift it up with the FEL and let it hang for a while to see if yours leaks or not.
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I have a RFM with a breather hole in the side of the case. I need to take a closer look to see if it would be a problem for leaks. Thanks for the input. If anyone has stored a RFM this way, it would be great to kneo if you ever had any problems. Space is always at a premium in the barn.






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 05-15-2005, 21:56 Post: 111096
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 Mower Deck Upright Storage

Art-- Read the "TP MowerAxle Review" just above the ad. The deck in the review looks to be a "B" series deck, not one off a BX.






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 05-15-2005, 22:19 Post: 111097
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The one in the review is the 60" mower for the B7610. To use the system on this deck requires removing the front roller. You do not have to do that on the BX version of the deck.






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