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SOURCE: how to lower cutting blades to cut grass shorter

Each model is a little different. You will need to post your brand and model number so someone can give you specific instructions.

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SOURCE: When I lower the blade deck on my Troy Bilt mower

If it is a 2 cylinder with a set of bent valve push rods on one side it may well start and sound good, but it will not be able to do the work as only one cylinder is functional. I had a similar problem on a B&S V2. Pull the plug wires off one at a time. If it makes no difference with one plug wire off and is totally dead with the other plug wire off, then you have a dead cylinder.

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SOURCE: Scag Freedom SF Z52-21FR Cuts top of grass even after lowering blade and very little grass discharge.

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I have a 15.5 hp Craftsman Riding Mower with a 42" deck, the mower now leaves a 3inch strip between the blades and I blade cuts the grass lower on one side (scalping)


As for the stripe, you will need to change the blades, they are worn out, if not damaged outright. As for the cutting the grass lower on one side, since you are changing the blades, remove the deck and inspect the spindle/mandrel on the troublesome side paying close attention to the ears that the bolts that mount it go into, you may well find that one of them is cracked. If so, replace it. The spindle/mandrel cost a little over $60.

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Is it best to use one spacer or two to get a shorter grass?


Hi, two spacers will put the blade lower for shorter grass but you need to make sure they don't put the blade lower than the deck skirt. Regards Phil.

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