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Old 05-16-2019, 08:04 AM
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If you lower the wheels they will not hit.
Here's the top view of mine, looks like they were set the same as nophun's, like I said they didn't rub.
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If you lower the wheels they will not hit.

It's cutting a little fluffy now, if I lower the wheels the grass will get downright shaggy. I have quite a bit of zoysia and it likes to be cropped tight.

I'm working thru next Wednesday, I'll have to look at it then. I'm not opposed to modifying things if that's what it takes.
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Can you loosen the bolts on top of the deck and maybe get a little wiggle room out of the bolts? Maybe something hit it and just took the slack out of the bolt holes. It doesn't look bent.
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Can you loosen the bolts on top of the deck and maybe get a little wiggle room out of the bolts? Maybe something hit it and just took the slack out of the bolt holes. It doesn't look bent.
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Or slot them a bit
Or.... the 8 pound deck wheel adjuster
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