I dont have one. But it popped up on my amazon feed a few months ago.
I keep 2 poly ramps down at the end of the yard and after 2 or 3 cuttings I drive up on them and use a putty knife to scrap the deck. I'm not a fan of water and mower decks. In my opinion if you dont remove all the grass you are just going to end up soaking what's left and leaving a big wet sponge under there to rot your deck.
Yeah I expect I'll be doing some cutting and Welding on this deck once the season's over. And I don't see anything other than the two holes.
I figure once I do that I'm probably going to stay on top of this deck as well. I have thought about driving it up on ramps and just using a hose, that's probably what I will do. Unless I decide to make a sprayer/cleaner specifically for this mower deck.
Working today which is supposed to be my day off, so have Amazon bringing some carb spray to the house tomorrow.
And yeah that thing really did clean up good, more than I expected it to. When I got the scrubbing the top of the deck underneath the tractor I was scrubbing some dirt off that I thought was rust. Looks even better than I thought, I don't expect either deck hole to take much more than a 6x6 patch.
Lookin Good... that green paint seems to hold out good even up here in the north. I wouldnt recommend washing under the deck... 30 year old bearings dont like water much..... regularily scrape it clean and grease the zerts.
Only way to get all the grass off under the deck with water is a pressure washer, and not a wimpy one. A 13 hp engine with 3000 to 3500 psi of water. Lots of water and pressure.
But that’s hard on the bearings and messy. The pressure washer will push the water into the bearings too, which is not good.
Air gun with 120 psi, brush and scraper is a good way to clean decks.
Thought I would make a a new post as this has gone long. This is where were at w the Tractor
Brought it home.
Mowed majority of my yard and it ran out of gas (or so i thought) then added gas that was old, didnt fire.
Thought i flooded it so let it sit a while. Then it fired and i got it moved about 100 feet running like crap the whole time. Then it died.
Drained fuel tank, replaced with fresh gas mixed with seafoam.
Checked spark plug (champion RV17YC )gaps and gapped them to .025 from .035+
Got it to fire a couple times as shown here Clip 1Clip 2 and these were the last time it has fired up. Wouldn't do nothing for me after that.
Pulled carb, cleaned all parts and reassembled.
Followed instructions for the carb screw settings upon reinstalling, no fire.
Have tried adjusting carb adjustment screws some and still no fire.