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Old 06-10-2010, 09:47 PM
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I'm becoming very disappointed quickly. I have 2 emails into the Toro guys and have not heard back two weeks later. I have one that is cutting like crap, and one that won't achieve any kind of real speed. Not giving up, and still feel it's a great mower, but really need to get these issues resolved and the dealer hasn't been much help.
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Old 06-11-2010, 09:53 PM
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Grandstand Issues

Cutting problem? When I had a bad cut with the mower I would check to make sure deck is clear of clumps of grass. Also sometimes my blades would be dull.

In another instance all those items would be fine, then I would try crosscutting the yard and find that some lawns are very uneven.

The only other problem I had was the bolts that lower the deck would loosen and make the deck uneven when it cut. It just happened last week and I put locking nuts on the screw. Don't know why they would not do that in the first place. oh well Good Luck
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