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Going slower than the left drive and the linkage is adjusted the same. getting worse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Oil loss, from where? Dropping from centre, or out through axles/ brakes? Obviously too late to reclaim, diffs are not an item you can repair yourself, best ask a specialist for opinion/ price to replace/ repair centre. Oil loss should not happen, can drop from centre via poor gasket or seal at input, or axle seals.
For a do- it- yourself type fix, a wrecker might supply a complete unit or centre section, but as you appear to have little knowledge of mechanicals, I'd say leave it to the experts!
Posted on May 16, 2008
Lift the seat up and look for (rods) that run from the pump to the control sticks. There is a jam nut on these treaded rods, one for each hydro unit, use a marker and mark the position of the jam nut on the rod on the slow side, left you said. loosen the jam nut and turn the treaded rod a couple of turns one direction, then try the mower and see if it is faster on that side or slower, if it is slower then turn the treaded rod the oppisite direction that you just turned, If it is faster then it was before then adjust the rod till it is the same speed as the other side is. Tighten jam nut.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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Put on your work gloves. Check the frame size for your mower. It will
either be a 56-inch frame mower or a 76-inch frame mower. When you have
determined the frame size, adjust the tractor's rear wheels to the mower's
frame size. For 56-inch frames, adjust the rear tractor wheels to 56-inch
centers or less. The same rule applies for 76-inch frames.
Back the tractor into a position where you can align its left lower link
to the mower's lift link pin. Attach these two parts together and secure the
connection with the tractor linchpin.
Roll the tractor and adjust the leveling crank until the tractor's right
lower link can be attached to the right link pin on the mower. Use the tractor
linch pin to secure the connection.
Attach the upper link from the mower to the lower hole in the tractor
rocker arm by using the link pin.
Start the tractor. Using the hydraulic control lever, lift the mower
frame assembly slightly and move the mower to the left to allow attachment of
the left stabilizer. Place the stabilizer guide under the tractor's left lift
link. Position the clamp over the link and tighten the nut firmly
Depending on the tractor type, install the clamp plate or push rod
anchor assembly onto the left lower link. Install the push rod on either the
clamp plate or anchor assembly.
Shift the mower assembly to the right to attach the right stabilizer.
Place the stabilizer guide under the tractor's right lift link. Position the
clamp over the link and tighten the nut firmly.
Raise the mower using the hydraulic control, then attach the mower lift
spring to the spring links with the pins that have been provided. Lower the
mower assembly and turn off the engine.
Remove the tractor power takeoff (PTO) cap and connect the splined end
of the mower's drive shaft to the PTO shaft. Secure the connection with the
snap coupler found on the yoke.
Rotate the leveling crank to lower the frame, ensuring that it is
parallel to the ground. Use the leveling crank lock to secure the crank lever.
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