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Front wheels are out of line - Husqvarna 23HP VTwin Hydrostatic 48" Cut Riding Mower

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  • gdavis3830 Aug 24, 2010

    there is no adjustment for front wheels

  • gdavis3830 Aug 24, 2010

    there is no adjustment nut

  • gdavis3830 Aug 24, 2010

    i have replaces both steering rods they are the same length as wll as the axle assembly

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Look closely at the front suspension, and you will see to in and toe out adjustments. There is a linkage tie-rid to adjust for wither wheel.

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Loosen the tie rod adjuster nuts or collars at the rod to each wheel and adjust the wheels so they measure the same from front to back of tire plus or minus 1/4", that is good enough for a riding mower, check that wheel is centered, the wheel can be centered by turning the tie rods in the opposite direction the wheel is off center equal amounts, then recheck the from to back of tire alignment again..

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Something has wear, or it is bent somewere for it to be out of line,,but there is a solition for both,if it has been bent it can be straighten if its worn replace parts,and take a tape measure in front of the wheels and behind the wheels and adjust until you have a straight line,

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There is an adjustment nut on the steering linkage or shafts. Adjust them so the wheel are straight.

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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    Nate Stansfield Aug 25, 2010

    Do you have a model number for this? I will try to look up a manual so I will be able to tell you how it's done. Your must be a little different than the others that have the adjustment.

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