A: According to the specs on the package it goes up to a 42" deck.
A: It will probably work on the the left and right blades but the middle is in question. The blade has to be next to outside edge of the deck for it to work on the middle blade
A: Yes it's mainly made to hold blades for safety it fits really well on my cadet
A: Yes. The size of the deck doesn’t matter with this tool
A: Should, you attach to shroud housing. My Cub Cadet was a 42".
A: Yes, I use it on a deck with three blades and it works great!
A: Indeed. I use it on both sides of my 42" Ariens. A little more difficult setting it on the discharge side, but it works fine.
A: Yes. But if your blades overlap, make sure to install new/sharpened blades in the same position as the ones you remove.
A: Yes I use it on my toro timemaster. Must have for holding blades when torquing to specs. Beats a scrap 2x4 every time.
A: Yes, it worked well on my 46" deck with dual blades.
A: I believe the tool will work for one blade at a time. This tool is great for removing lawnmower blades.
A: Yes. Just attach to the deck to change each blade. You can't do 2 at once. :-)
A: yes, i use car ramps to get the tractor high enough to get under it. worked fine.
A: Yes. I use it on a 2 blade Cub Cadet. It will slip unless it's wedged against part of the deck frame. The nuts that hold the blades in place are really tight, so you need this to hold blades in place while loosening them. Worth the few dollars it cost.
A: I have a double blade deck and the tool has to be moved to the other side, but it held solid on both sides and was easy to install.
A: Yes, it will.
A: Yes, I removed my deck when I redid the blades and it works fine.
A: Worked on my 46inch cub cadet ztr with deck on removing both blades and sharpening them took about 30 minutes.
A: This tool should work fine for any Mower deck regardless of the size length blades. While you have that deck off.. you might want to check the Blade Mount Bearings if the Mower has some age. Not hard to change and prices vary... This is a regret I have for not doing while mine was off - $2 inch TroyBilt Rider- Rebuilding what you can when accessible.. is never a mistake. Good luck
A: I don't use a stand. I'm able to use the tool as the riding mower sits. I do raise the deck to it's max height.
A: You do not a stand and I do not know where or if you can get one (look for a lawn mower lift) just make sure air filter is on the side into the air.
A: I don’t know where you can get a jack stand, I Simply place my mower the filter side and then I attached the blade removal tool.