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    Default Leveling squealer rotary cuatter

    Mower is riding high in the back. Moving the wheel adjustment caused the wheel not to contact the ground before the mower. Adjusting the top link helped but caused the lifting and lowering feature to not work right. I believe it's th sq160 model.

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    Elite Member whistlepig's Avatar
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    Default Re: Leveling squealer rotary cuatter

    It's better to have a rotary cutter a little high in the back. Level is worse than high in the back.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    Platinum Member JD 4520's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by whistlepig
    It's better to have a rotary cutter a little high in the back. Level is worse than high in the back.
    I agree with this. It's also a safety issue.
    Gary

    JD 4520, 400X FEL, Frontier Front Blade, Box Blade, Rotary Cutter, Landscape Rake, 48" Wildkat Grapple and PHD

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