There, I fixed my deck!

Tomster

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Lots of South Texas sand equals a deck with holes after 400 hours!
Here is the before:
IMG _2919 before.jpg
and after:
IMG_2933 after.jpg
Lots of rivets and sheet metal and I have a Frankenstein deck! Hopefully I can get another year or two out of the deck now.
 

Ron3

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Lots of South Texas sand equals a deck with holes after 400 hours!
Here is the before:
View attachment 58803
and after:
View attachment 58804
Lots of rivets and sheet metal and I have a Frankenstein deck! Hopefully I can get another year or two out of the deck no
Lots of South Texas sand equals a deck with holes after 400 hours!
Here is the before:
View attachment 58803
and after:
View attachment 58804
Lots of rivets and sheet metal and I have a Frankenstein deck! Hopefully I can get another year or two out of the deck now.
Hope it works out for you. I would be concerned about grass clogging and proper exhausting out the exhaust shoot also if sheet medal interferes with blades might be quite an event. Good luck.
 

Tomster

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Yes, good things to think about. My deck already clogged easily anyways so I'm already used to it. Also, there is quite a large gap between the sheet metal and the blades so adding .0299 plus a rivet head will be plenty of room.
 

Ron3

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Good luck hope it works out well for you !
 
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