2042LS Husqvarna Lawn Tractor

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by KLIEBERT, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. KLIEBERT

    KLIEBERT LawnSite Member
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    Need help with uneven cut on this NEW lawn tractor, I have attempted several times to level the blades with no success, I 've done this many times before on my old Scotts lawn tractor with great results, but for some reason I cannot get this machine to cut right. any suggestiond would be deeply appreciated, Thanks.....KLiebert:
     
  2. doubleedge

    doubleedge LawnSite Senior Member
    from ND
    Posts: 912

    Could you take some pictures or describe in more detail please?
     
  3. JimQ

    JimQ LawnSite Bronze Member
    Posts: 1,139

    The 42" stampped deck on that mower is generally a pretty good cutting deck.

    If, with adjustment, you are unable to level the deck, get ahold of your dealer. There's probably something wrong. It's not normaly a tricky setup to adjust


    Other than that, all I can suggest are the basics....

    Make sure the deck is level from side to side.

    Make sure the deck has about 1/4" pitch. The blade tip should be 1/4" lower in the front than in the rear.

    Make sure the blades are installed properly, not upside down.

    Good luck. I'm sorry I don't have any better suggestions for you.

    Q
     
  4. KLIEBERT

    KLIEBERT LawnSite Member
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    It seems that one side or one blade is cutting lower than the other one, it leaves a white streak ( about 10" wide ) on one side of the mower, I also noticed on the mowing deck is that the left blade is about 4-6" off set from the right blade......Kliebert
     
  5. KLIEBERT

    KLIEBERT LawnSite Member
    Posts: 3

    Thanks for all the advise, I have tried all the things you mentioned except for the dealer, On the driveway the blades are level, the tires are inflated correctly , the anti scalping wheels are correct but it will not cut level, I have been at this for 3-weeks now with no success, This is a well built & solid machine, If only it would cut even.......Kliebert
     

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