Question about Cub Cadet Garden
There is a very tight spring usually connected at the back of the lever used to drop the deck and than attaches to the deck. You may need to reconnect the spring or get a new one. Sometimes if you accidently rammed a stick or something in that area where the spring is, the spring will just pop off and need reattached. If there is no spring, follow the lever and find out where it goes, then go from there. Maybe a bolt missing or something like that. It is simple though.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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