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 05-13-2004, 11:09 Post: 85944
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2nd time mowing with the new 7610/60" MMM and I notice that I am frequently leaving a uncut grass trail from the Right Side of the mower. Blade seems fine. Mowing in Low range. uncut is common on straight line cutting and more pronounced on left turns. Suggestions?






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 05-13-2004, 11:27 Post: 85946
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It sounds like to me that you are taking to big of a bite and are missing some of the grass. I usually have the mower wheel on the right side going down around where the cut/uncut line is to make sure I don't leave a strip. On a turn, leaving a strip is common in heavy thick high grass. Try to vary your mowing style a little. If it was something wrong with the blade, it would show up in the middle and the right.
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 05-13-2004, 11:31 Post: 85947
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I have been for sure having the mower gage wheel to the right of the cut. usually staddle the cut line with the front tractoe tire. So it like the issue is coming from between the middle and right blade.






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 05-13-2004, 11:34 Post: 85948
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forgot to mention, I have the mower set failry high, 2nd from highest settings. I have all set properly expect the right rear antiscalp which I havent had a change to unbolt and move. Am I possible traveling too fast at full speed low range? I also have the loader attached which adds a lot of weight.






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 05-13-2004, 20:29 Post: 85985
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Hi c5er,

I posted a similiar question 626pm on 5/13, I seem to be having the same problem with my BX23, it keeps leaving a strip under the deck where the center and right blades would pass each other, my deck is also a 60". Tried all speeds, heights and nothing seems to work. I haven't called the dealer yet to see what they say, I was thinking of messing with it a little more tomorrow. If I figure anything out I'll let you know.

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