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OrangeMetalGuy

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OrangeMetalGuy
I have another 48" deck (for a large-frame, the deep unit) that I plan to restore in the spring. Going to use the Yates rollers. On the roller bar, is it right that the repacement part from Simplicity has the bar welded to one of the supports, to keep it from spinning? What is Simplicity asking for these? Last, can the anti-scalp bar and rollers be removed without cutting, for roller replacement?

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RedbarnRick
I think I paid near $4o from jacks for the roller bar which has the mounting bracket welded about 10 inches from one side, the anti scalp rollers un bolt , be sure to pb blaster the bolts and nuts first.

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Blazerjeepman3
I have a 48 deck that I replaced the bar with sleves welded in the 2 support bars with bushing pressed in. The bar is held in place with 2 collars on the outside with set screws locked down.Drill the bar slighlty so set screw sets in the hole.If I ever bend the roller bar it is so easy to replace or install new rollers. I used cold rolled steel and it has been on mower for almost 3 years.

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