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  • FRAME ADJUSTMENT

    HELLO NEW TO THE FORUM, MY PROBLEM IS ALOT OF MACHINES HAVE PINS SPOT WAY OFF. THERE IS NO MORE TO ADJUST WITH THE DECK. I KNOW I HAVE TO DO SOMETHING WITH THE FRAME. THE PROBLEM IS REALLY DONT KNOW HOW TO GO ABOUT CORRECTLY. HOW TO DO OR WHAT TOOLS I NEED. DO I WORK ON ONE CORNER AT A TIME? LOOSEN ALL FOUR? JUST DONT KNOW WHERE TO START. THANKS FOR ANY HELP.

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    My answer is leave them alone for a qualified mechanic to do...

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      My answer is leave them alone for a qualified mechanic to do...

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        Re: FRAME ADJUSTMENT

        If you have not already done so here is another adjustment.
        You can move the deck some from side to side.
        Loosen the allen bolt on the bearing caps where the deck posts mount to the deck lift shaft.
        You can get a little more adjustment by moving the deck left or right because the bearing caps are slightly larger than the bearings.
        Also some machines have shims between the deck lift shaft bearings and the frame.
        If so move the shims to the other side.
        Just a thought
        Grambo

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          Kjmacke:
          Refer to thread, MACHINES OF CENTER, last posting-2/10/2000.

          Roscoe
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            Kjmacke:
            Sorry, meant that to read, MACHINES OFF CENTER
            Roscoe
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              Re: FRAME ADJUSTMENT

              This is a peice of cake. Get an idea how far off the pins a spotting and how much you need to move the frame in any given direction. Lower the deck, loosen all 4 of the feet screws, take a crowbar and slightly move the frame, easily move frame, using the rear feet to move frame left and right and using the front feet to move front to back. You don't have to move it much to get results. Be CAREFUL if you haven't done it before.

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