SoI get a vride. And I love it. But I check the tire pressure and its really high. So I start thinking, why? Why is set-up this way at the dealer? There has to a reason. So here's what happens. You get your new vride home and check the tire pressure - one has 30 psi and the other has 24 psi. What the...? Okay, check it again. Check something else to see if the guage is messed up. Nope, the guage is good. Now drop the pressure down to 12 psi. Ahhhh. So much better. Better traction, especially in reverse and a much smoother ride. But look the brake does not hold. Okay adjust the brake. Crap the deck is not level. Double crap the pitch is way off. Okay level the deck, adjust the pitch, set the pitch to match the deck lift numbers in the front and 1/4 inch higher in the back. Wow, now that all this adjusting is done the mower is sooooo much better. Conclusion - Scag does not bother to do those adjustments - they just pump the tires up until the deck is level - and that is why you get one with 30 in one tire and 24 in the other. Am I right? Is that what they are doing? Next time I buy one I am taking my gauge and measuring tape with me. I'll let the dealer do the adjustments and maybe they can recover that time as warranty work. I mean - 7 thousand dollars for a mower (out the door 48") - I expect it to be ready to mow.