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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
put it on a level surface then put blocking ( 2x4s work) under the deck and drop it on the blocking. loosen all the adjusting bols to let it settle squarly on the blocking then re-torque the bolts. Should be level.
If not check you blade berrings as they may be worn and the blade shaft may not be square to the deck
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
SOURCE: mower deck
MAKE DARN SURE THE POWER IS OFF BEFORE YOU START THE PROCEEDURE BELOW! there should be 4 connection points for this machine. Clear out your garage ... get something comfortable to lay on and a small supply of proper supply wrenches and a tape measure. put the deck in UP position. put the blades perpendicular to the front to back axis of the machine. Measure from the floor to the blade tips on the outside. record the numbers. turn the blades 90 degrees. repeat. adjust the proper corner slowly (no big changes!) continue to measure until the numbers are equal.
Low on the left - change the adjustments on the left front and back. Low in the front - lift the front - both sides.
It took me several hours to do my mower when I got it new but I was pretty particular about it
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
You will have to disconnect the deck from the tractor. There might be
some rods hanging down by the pulley on the motor. You have to loosen
those not remove. Then install the new belt with the inside of belt (V)
into the pulleys. The outside of belt (flat side) goes up against any
idlers (oversized pulleys). Once you get the belt routed properly the
belt will be snug in the pulleys. If you have excess play you have to
use trial and error to get the belt routed the right way around the
Once belt is on reattach the deck and tighten the rods by the motor that keeps the belt from coming off. They need to be close but not touching the engine pulley.
Good luck and let me know if this helps.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: MOWER BED LEVELING
Get the mower on a flat slab of concrete. Raise the deck all the way. Make sure the blades are on correctly. Measure the distance from each corner of the deck to ground. Lower the deck and take the same measurements. You will find, if you look, some threaded rod/bolt and/or pin settings to make adjustments. Most often the deck is out of whack as someone took it off and did not put it back on correctly. Google the mower's make and the word "'manual" if you cannot figure it out. Someone out there will provide you with a manual if you cannot figure it out from looking at it and there will be instructions in the manual as to making the adjustments.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have a problem leveling
The deck could be bent, or you will probably have to level the back of the deck as well. Another thing to check is the air in the tires, this can cause an uneven cut. Although the tire may look pumped up, with the weight of a person on the tractor can cause an uneven cut.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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