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The shaft of one of the blade spindles could be bent or it could also have bent the deck. You should take it to your dealer and see if they can identify the problem as one or the other. I would ask them if it needed to be straightened or if there was a shaft that was bent. You could replace the shaft, but I would not attempt to straighten the deck. It is something that is best left to someone who does that on a regular basis.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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