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Do they make a wheel kit for the deck on a LT1000?

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These mowers are all made by just one or two companies. If you go to Lowe's, and root around in the mower area; you will find they have two sets of generic wheel kits which seem to fit most all decks. You can pay more at a dealer or small engine shop.

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