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 04-08-2007, 09:51 Post: 141135
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I am new to the Kubota family. The compnay was missing the mower assembly instruction book. It is being ordered. We took mower off for winter and are replacing it.

I have everything hooked properly that we can see. But mower is tilted forward and when I raise it - hit back tires. PTO is attached, back attached to lift, front attached with bar and still not level when raising.

Any suggestions to help what we are doing wrong?






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 04-08-2007, 19:46 Post: 141164
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Did you re-latch the front bracket?






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 04-08-2007, 20:33 Post: 141168
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Art thanks for help? Being relly new - I did re- latch to front of tractor. Is there a latch point on the mower on the front part near the hydraulic levers.






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 04-09-2007, 14:27 Post: 141192
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I'd lower the deck and be sure that the front is in the proper position and resecure it and then see if it's sitting right.






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Depending on the vintage deck, you will have a curved link from one side of the deck (aft side) to the other, This will essentially stabilize the lift from side to side. Your drive shaft will be in the same neck of the woods. Be sure that you have not placed the driveshaft on the wrong side of the hoop. If you have, then you will need to disconnect the shaft, and relocate to the otherside of the hoop, as the drive shaft may be hindering the lift (or lowering) of the deck, causing you your uneven lift or lowering.

No big deal to check - just look under the tractor to make sure that the shaft is on the correct side of the hoop link. There should be stops on the top of the deck, where this hoop will ride. It is really easy to put the shaft on the wrong side - been there done that.

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