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Im always looking for a way to mow the yard faster with older mowers. Sence my 920 aint quite dun yet I dont know how much horse it has. But from what other members say its gona have no problem handling the 48" deck. I was wondering if a 54" deck off of a case mower or some other brand that was belt drive would fit under it. I was thinking of takeing the mounting and full with rollers off of a junk deck and makeing them fit. I was wondering if any one else thought it might work.

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Get a trail mower and off-set it to the right side or build one like Pat Rarick did. I mow with a 48" deck under the tractor plus a 60" Swisher trail mower offset to the right. Gives me about an 8 1/2 foot swath. Brent

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