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    Re: Murray M115-38 riding mower

    Quote Originally Posted by wyatt1954 View Post
    where do springs connect to deck and pulleys on a m115-38 deck> Can anyone upload pictures of a working deck for m115-38 take a picture showing the spring connections on the 2014 murray m115-38 riding mower
    Let me look something up for you .........

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    Re: Welcome to the Murray Forum -- Check in Here First!

    Ok I found a video for you to watch ........

    Hope this helps ........ Let us know how it turns out..........

    https://youtu.be/HDdTIH9uBuQ
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    Re: Welcome to the Murray Forum -- Check in Here First!

    New Member East Tennessee.
    Long-time Murray owner.
    Bought my first Murray rider brand new in '98 at Walmart. 17.5 HP opposed twin & 46" cut hydrostatic drive.
    Model # 46573x92A
    Still have all the manuals and diagrams for it.....
    Owned it for 20 years. Amazing flathead engine ran like a top and never gave me any major mechanical issues . One starter, a few solenoids, an ignition switch, a coil and an occasional carb disassembly to clear out the cruddy ethanol gas goo.
    Mind you, this mower sat under a shed for the first 3 years of ownership, then it sat outside, uncovered (except the hood vents) for the remaining 17 years.
    Right up until the day some scum-bag stole it out of my yard. Admittedly, it sat next to the road for a few days when the coil over-heated and it died. Which it did often. But I'd just let it cool, and go back and fire her off and finish up.

    Here's the old '98
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    Rather than go buy an new mower, I decided to find a similar mower . since I was well-versed in keeping it running . and I had a spare deck, full of decent parts (spindles, pulleys and belts).

    Enter the new mower .. I believe it's a 2002 model .. but this one has an OHV V-twin (20 HP).
    Model # 465603x92B
    Manufacture date code: 02014
    Sadly, I do not have any manuals or diagrams for this one.

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    Runs and mows great! I keep this one in a wooden shed, now that I've moved to a place with a shed out back.... lol. Plan on keeping it a long time as well.

    I'll be asking a few questions concerning this new-fangled OHV V-Twin . lol. I'm not familiar with the fuel pump operation or the low oil switch (which is unplugged). . but everything else seems to be just like my old '98.
    Murray 20 HP/46" V-Twin/OHV

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