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 04-30-2013, 11:41 Post: 186837
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 cutting deck too low-how to raise it...

my old Wizard Lawn Tractor [model# MTD7112A78] is cutting too low on highest setting...how do I raise deck...[took deck off many years ago and not sure if I put it back on right...






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 05-01-2013, 09:09 Post: 186844
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 cutting deck too low-how to raise it...

My guess is without pictures it will be hard for anyone to help. Not sure have seen any conversation on your equipment. That being said most mounting systems are simple and doubt you would have re-installed it wrong by much and the drive belt stayed on pulleys. Some things that it could be, tires need inflating, something is binding the deck or lift where it can not raise fully and my first thought was...you are hitting a limit of the design of the equipment. I know some mowers just are not to me designed to lift the deck as high as they should be. The older snappers where were very popular here were such a design.






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