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    60D auto Connect Deck on the 1025r

    Anyone know if the nut size on the pulley above the spindles to do a blade change? I have the 18mm socket for the blade, but need to buy a open end wrench. I "think" it's a 30mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btb601 View Post
    Anyone know if the nut size on the pulley above the spindles to do a blade change? I have the 18mm socket for the blade, but need to buy a open end wrench. I "think" it's a 30mm.
    If you're talking about the nut on the middle blade to keep them from turning it's a 22mm on the 54d, might be the same on the 60


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    Quote Originally Posted by renwickpat View Post
    If you're talking about the nut on the middle blade to keep them from turning it's a 22mm on the 54d, might be the same on the 60


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    Yeah it's a tad bigger than that. I measured it a while back when I had the deck off and all I remember it was over and inch and some change.????
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    I just went out and measured with calipers--30.6 mm.
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    When doing a blade change, merely block blade from turning with block of wood. Only one socket needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btb601 View Post
    Anyone know if the nut size on the pulley above the spindles to do a blade change? I have the 18mm socket for the blade, but need to buy a open end wrench. I "think" it's a 30mm.
    Quote Originally Posted by Weathertite View Post
    When doing a blade change, merely block blade from turning with block of wood. Only one socket needed.
    Exactly. On my 60" it then only takes a 15/16th or 24mm. Someone said they have changed the size now on the new ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    Exactly. On my 60" it then only takes a 15/16th or 24mm. Someone said they have changed the size now on the new ones.
    That's what I'm seeing. I watched a YouTube a while back and sizes for the same deck were not jiving up with mine.
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    My point is, to do a blade change on a deck you should only need the socket that fits the bolt holding the blade, thus the using the block of wood to keep the blade from spinning. No need for two sockets or wrenches. Just my .02.
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    I use a socket and a torque wrench, but just use a 16" long piece of 2x4 to keep the blade from turning.


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    18 mm socket, 6'' extention, block of wood, torque to 90 ft lbs.
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