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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the spark plug wire - so it won't accidentally start.
Place the mower on it's side - with the OIL FILL side closest to the ground [ it should not leak oil but be sure it doesn't before allowing it to stay that way.
REMOVE the BOLTS and NUTS from EACH wheel - you will see then the other holes - then place the bolts and wheels in the hole you desire. Each hole SHOULD represent about 11 mm or 7/16ths of an inch change UP = LOWER - down from where it is originally = LONGER GRASS
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Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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