Question about Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 25 HP 54in Deck Model YTH2454
I have a YTH2348 that had Toeing Out issues with both tires. After digging deep into the entire Front Axle/Steering Assembly, I learned that the Front Axle Bushings internal bolt hole diameters had increased due to friction and usage (it's a non-greasable assembly) thus because of the friction and the weight of the mower itself, the 7/16 14 3 Bolt, reamed out the Bushings holes. The excessive hole diameter was allowing the axle to flex back and forth, messing up the Toe Setting, along with a bent Left Drag Link. I SHIMMED the Axle removing the ability for it to flex. I also re-straightened the Left Drag Link back to its proper shape and length.(it doesn't take much bending of the Drag Links to mess of the Toe Setting)
Posted on May 20, 2018
I have the same problem on my YTH2348. I changed both linkage rods and still have the problem. Not sure what is going on. I don't think it is the axle as these are cast iron and would take alot to bend it. Anybody have a clue what I could do to fix it!!!
Posted on Sep 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If this is your front end, I'd say you probably bent the linkage rods. 61 & 62.
Most alignments start with the steering wheel centered, bring the closest wheel in to alignment, then work the other one in. Again, on these the links often get bent.
Posted on Jul 02, 2012
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