Got what sounds like a trivial issue, but one that has me stumped. The info I'm seeking should apply, in general, to many mower decks. The issue is levelling. I'm not talking here about the mechanics of adjusting the deck for level. What's got me hung up is how to do it. Let me explain by setting out the normal preparatory steps: a. Find a good, flat, level spot (should be on concrete or smooth asphalt), and spot the tractor/mower on it. b. Set the deck to the normal cutting height. C. Level it side-to-side, and front-to back. d. To do this turn the blade crosswise, and then lengthwise. Measure from each tip to ground, and get the clearances all equal. The problem I'm running into on several of my mowers is how to get my mitt under the deck to make the measurement, on the front, back, and one side. The discharge side takes care of the situation naturally, with good access there. Sure, I can and do eyeball them, and that works out pretty good. But, it would be nice to be able to "gauge" the drop distances. I simply can't get a hand under them to do that. On some of the decks, I still can't get my hand under there, even with the deck raised to highest setting. How do you guys do this?