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Husqvarna YTH2246TDR. front right guide wheel of the deck is hitting the front right tyre, when seated seems the deck is twisted I have ordered a new front control arm incase that is bent?

Any help much appreciated cheers Carl, The Willows, Ellendale, Tasmania, Australia

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It will be either the deck mount assembly and rods or the front axle has moved back ( loose bolts on the frame )

Posted on Jan 03, 2017

Testimonial: "Thanks Bill, once I have fitted the new front arm, I will have bench mark to work from. Have check all bolts and frames they "seem" to be OK, cheers again Carl"

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