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|doug||How can I tell if I have a 48"c or 48" deck on my 1993 gt 262? I am going to buy a used power flow and need to know. THANKS !!
|Pat||Do you have to tear it all down, and clean the deck after every use? Then it's a "C" deck!
I kid :) Anyway, the "C" decks have built in baffles, if you look into the discharge side of the deck (blades not engaged would be good:) you can see the rounded metal "shrouds" that seperate the blades for mulching. If you look in and can see all three blades, and the far side of the deck, it isn't a "C" deck.
Hope that helps,