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White LT-12 lawn tractor 139-656-190 Mower deck on right side is out of alinement. Rear tire rubs on deck when lowerd. How do I ajust the deck?

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I have exact same problem with my 1989 built LT-12 White tractor ! I Discovered that the Right side connecting Link #14802A,that connects the lift handle shaft #17154A with the Stabalizer bar #16465A, was broken where it connects with the Deck Lift handle shaft.

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