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    Quote Originally Posted by psemrau View Post
    So it is time in NW Pennsylvania to put the 54 inch mower deck on my 1025r. The mower deck has been stored all winter in the upright position in order to take up the least amount of space in my barn. AND when I put it away. I inadvertently pushed the front support bar back when I was standing the deck up against the wall. So now the trap is set! The front support is under tension!!! Dumb! Dumb! DUMB!!! So it is now time to put the mower deck on. As I am moving the deck this past Sunday evening the "trap" springs and voila, the bar comes crashing down across the bridge of my nose!!! The only thing close to me to stop the gushing blood flow was a greasy rag. I went to the house to get cleaned up --my bloody and greasy face must have looked like a scene from some horror movie--so much so that my wife screamed in absolute terror when I walked into the kitchen!!

    It is now Tuesday and after several doses of ibuprofen and multiple applications of ice packs, I think I might be able to sleep without the throbbing headache tonight???
    Your supposed to tell your wife while she can't see you it looks way worse then it is and I just let it bleed to clean out the cut. Then I walk into the room and hope for the best. My Wife has saw me cut so many times and my broken foot falling off the shop roof was a big one she had to help me walk. She isn't used to it but she doesn't scream just looks at me real funny??? I had my sinus cavities stripped and re/worked the septum straighter. Took them 4 hours up inside my nose and man what pain that day and for weeks later! A year later I could not breath right in my nose again same reason they fixed it? I don't recommend this to anyone and glad I was out for "4" hours!
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    Quote Originally Posted by psemrau View Post
    The mower deck has been stored all winter in the upright position
    Sucks about the nose thing. I had a similar issue with sinus blockage, but more advanced reconstruction. Much better now.

    Anyway, you may want to make sure the vent cap was on the vent, and that the gear oil level is right. I stored mine upright and when I was going over it this spring found that cap missing and the oil all drained out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psemrau View Post
    So it is time in NW Pennsylvania to put the 54 inch mower deck on my 1025r. The mower deck has been stored all winter in the upright position in order to take up the least amount of space in my barn. AND when I put it away. I inadvertently pushed the front support bar back when I was standing the deck up against the wall. So now the trap is set! The front support is under tension!!! Dumb! Dumb! DUMB!!! So it is now time to put the mower deck on. As I am moving the deck this past Sunday evening the "trap" springs and voila, the bar comes crashing down across the bridge of my nose!!! The only thing close to me to stop the gushing blood flow was a greasy rag. I went to the house to get cleaned up --my bloody and greasy face must have looked like a scene from some horror movie--so much so that my wife screamed in absolute terror when I walked into the kitchen!!

    It is now Tuesday and after several doses of ibuprofen and multiple applications of ice packs, I think I might be able to sleep without the throbbing headache tonight???
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    Quote Originally Posted by romcjr View Post
    I don't know why they aren't made for the 54 " yet . Is the 60" that much different than the 54" ? I'm pretty sure the wheels of the tractor are the same distance apart for both decks . The drive over parts should be in the same place .
    Good point - you’d think the drive over parts would be the same...

    Has anyone been able to confirm if the load-n-go would bolt up to the 54D deck? I’ve got a 54 and regret not getting a 60 because of the load-n-go availability.


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    Quote Originally Posted by psemrau View Post
    So it is time in NW Pennsylvania to put the 54 inch mower deck on my 1025r. The mower deck has been stored all winter in the upright position in order to take up the least amount of space in my barn. AND when I put it away. I inadvertently pushed the front support bar back when I was standing the deck up against the wall. So now the trap is set! The front support is under tension!!! Dumb! Dumb! DUMB!!! So it is now time to put the mower deck on. As I am moving the deck this past Sunday evening the "trap" springs and voila, the bar comes crashing down across the bridge of my nose!!! The only thing close to me to stop the gushing blood flow was a greasy rag. I went to the house to get cleaned up --my bloody and greasy face must have looked like a scene from some horror movie--so much so that my wife screamed in absolute terror when I walked into the kitchen!!

    It is now Tuesday and after several doses of ibuprofen and multiple applications of ice packs, I think I might be able to sleep without the throbbing headache tonight???
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDeere655 View Post
    Has anyone been able to confirm if the load-n-go would bolt up to the 54D deck? I’ve got a 54 and regret not getting a 60 because of the load-n-go availability.
    I personally am happy with my 54", it's a better option for this place. If they work on or can be made to work on a 54" I may very well do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NH_1025r View Post
    I personally am happy with my 54", it's a better option for this place. If they work on or can be made to work on a 54" I may very well do it.
    I agree
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    While the load-n-go seems like a vary good "attachment" I think it is quite pricey for the amount of times you'd use it? The only times I've gone under my MMM is to remove, then reinstall the blades after sharpening. Chains/Straps and a couple of hooks seems to work fine for me. That being said, I wish there was a better way to get it picked up more squarely without having to rely on the guide wheels when you finally get it up and moving.

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    Kevin, my finance committee said the same thing and pointed out I’ve been flipping over the deck on my 655 manually for years.

    Straps and forks it is!


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