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If I'm wanting to remove all the rollers from my deck in order to have it sandblasted and painted... How do I do go about that? It may very well be something I'm missing but it looks to me like the middle ones on the rear of the deck don't come off at all and the two underneath don't look that east either. Any tips or tricks are, as always, appreciated!

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Both roller bars have one support welded to the bar and the other support isn't.  

The IPL for the main roller bar:

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Part #7 is the fixed support bar welded to the roller shaft; part #12 is the loose support bar.  The support bars are threaded; The nuts (part #15) act as stop nuts.  Remove them first, then you can unscrew the bolts (part #s 19 & 21) from the brackets.  If I remember correctly, once the support bars are unbolted, the entire roller assembly can be removed.  

 

The anti-scalp roller bar IPL:

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Part #17 is the bracket with the roller bar welded to it.  Part #21 is the loose bracket.  

 

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