Sharpen Riding Lawn Mower Blades : Lubricate the Deck of a Riding Lawn Mower

Hello, I’m Paul Popplewell with Central Equipment
Company. I’ve been employed with them for 18 years and I’m here today to represent Expert
Village.Now we want to lubricate the deck to make sure it’s done before we install it
back on the machine. To do this we’ll need and 8mm socket with a ratchet. What we want
to do is remove this shield so we can access the grease fitting on this cutting spindle. Now we want to locate our grease fittings,
in this case it’s a back side of the spindle. We want to put a grease gun on it. You determine
the amount of grease on different items by the way their designed. In this case the grease
will come out when it’s full. You just want to watch, and it’s coming out now. Then we’ll
want to look for other grease fittings, obviously if one spindle has it all three will. When
you grease this one in the center and then our last one on the other blade. After we’ve
greased the machine, we’ll want to put our shield back on using the hardware we just
removed and the same 8mm socket. Now that we’ve got our deck lubricated, the
blade sharpened and cleaned out from under. We’ll want to reinstall with exact reverse
procedure of the steps we took to remove it. And then the underside of our tractor will
be serviced.

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4 thoughts on “Sharpen Riding Lawn Mower Blades : Lubricate the Deck of a Riding Lawn Mower

  1. if there are not greese fittings or a place to put them then they are permently sealed and greased from the factoy, makes for shorter life span for sure just like many cars now no more greese fittings means more often parts are reaplaced and you stay Broke

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