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Handlebar adjust on track snow blower

I have a 4hp, 20" craftsman track snowblower. There is a foot pedal adjustment at the base of the handlebars that changes the angle of the machine. What is the purpose of the different adjustments.

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SOURCE: my deck is way too low. How do I adjust it?

Your mower should have a lever on it that you move to raise or lower your deck. The lever will normally have the slots that it locks into numbered like the trans gears if yours is not automatic.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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SOURCE: adjusting brake on Craftsman LT 1000 lawn tractor manual

underneath by the right side tire turn in the adjustment nuts on the brake rod. if brake is bad the disk will have to be replaced see a manual.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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SOURCE: 2010 Craftsman Lt 2000 deck height adjustment?

just bought a new craftsman riding mower. model lt1500. 17.5 hp with 42 inch deck. first time using I had the deck hight handle set on 6 the highest setting and still cuts grass to short, matter of fact it scalped the grass. anyway to set the deck higher. Its only 3 days old and still under warranty but the sears store is 20 miles away and I rented a trailer to go pick it up and hate to go rent another trailer to bring it back if its just a simple adjustment.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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