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Mowes unevenly. Blades don't match up.

The problem started about two months after we purchased our mower. It started to mow unevenly. There is a difference in elevation of the two blades where they meet in the center of the deck? I have replaced, spindles, pulleys, belts, nothing works.

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  • Wesley Strong Jul 06, 2012

    Check the level of the deck. It might look level but staight edge it to be sure.

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Make sure when you replaced the spindles that you used all the washers and spacer bushings back identical to the ones you took off.
Make sure your deck isnt bent for some reason where the spindles mount and or the deck itself
level the deck when its on the mower on a level suface,side to side(level) back to front the back just a little higher than the front 3/8 inch or less
proper air pressure in all 4 tires
Also you could add a washer or take away a waher to allow the blades to become level at mid point meeting?
be sure to torque the blade bolts to 35 ft.lbs also

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I would say the mower deck is warped Invert deck lay strait edge along blades shim bearing housing and or straiten deck.

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