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Finally 3 years after breaking the roller rod, I have had it welded back up. I have using an old old my Dad had with really beat up rollers.

So I want to replace the rollers, and this link looks to have the best source for them. http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=139290&SearchTerms=rollers

But how do I also replace the anti-scalp rollers in the deck? How do I get them out?

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The anti scalp roller bar is bolted on (to the baffle).

One bracket is welded to the roller bar; the other bracket isn't welded to the roller bar; it holds the un-welded end of the roller bar in place.

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