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Re: Farmall A Woods Belly Mower

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Gerry Powell

08-20-2013 16:42:37

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Your deck is most likely probably 100% a L59 since it's white. The 59s are yellow. The spin of the PTO makes it throw left. What makes it different from a regular 59 is 3 things 1. the spindles have a left hand thread to attach the blades 2. the blades are for a CCW spin 3. the baffle under the mower is left center side of the deck. If it cuts it has the right blades. To check stand on the right side of the deck and look under at the blade. Turn the blade so you're looking on it's end. The cutting edge will be on your right, so it'll be the leading edge of the blade for CCW spin viewed from the top of the deck.


On a second look at your deck, what brand is it? Doesn't look Woods since it's got 4 pulleys on the top of the deck. The Woods L59 and 59 only has 3 pulleys on the top of the deck. The mule drive looks Woods.
This post was edited by Gerry Powell at 16:47:26 08/20/13 2 times.

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gene bender

08-21-2013 03:46:14

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 Re: Farmall A Woods Belly Mower in reply to Gerry Powell, 08-20-2013 16:42:37  
The spin of the PTO does not determine rotation but the routing of the belt does its all how you wing the belt on the center spindle. Ive had both right and left throw

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