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Need help on Woods L306 belly mower

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Paul Gutschmidt

05-01-2003 19:37:34

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I recently purchased a used L306 Woods belly mower. It came with universal mounts. I would like to mount on either a CA or WD. Does anyone have any used mounting brackets for either of these tractors? I am willing to buy or trade. Also any photos of a L306 mounted on either of these tractors would be appreciated. Need help quick--grass soon needs mow'n. Thanks. Paul. North Dakota

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Farmer in the Dells (WI)

05-04-2003 07:04:59

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 Re: Need help on Woods L306 belly mower in reply to Paul Gutschmidt, 05-01-2003 19:37:34  
I don't have the mounts for yours but I have one of these on my B. Works great. Here's a couple things I found out. The Woods issue belt is around $75 retail here. After breaking two of them I found the NAPA replacement belt number B255 to be a perfect fit after adjusting the rear pulleys slightly. The only difference is the NAPA belt is about $32 (here), so keeping a spare on the shelf is easier on my wallet. Also finding that when replacing blades buy the flat blade vs the high lift style. I mow in high sand conditions and they seem to be lasting longer without lifting up the sand while I mow. BTW those bolts should be left hand threaded in case you did not already know. I found out the hard way. Good luck with that. It seems to be a great mower.

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