adjusting the height on a wright stander

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by springover, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. springover

    springover LawnSite Member
    Messages: 38

    Does anyone else think its a pain? pretty much better get it where you need before leaving the shop?
  2. LawnsRUsInc.

    LawnsRUsInc. LawnSite Senior Member
    from midwest
    Messages: 916

    yea we leave our fixed stander where it is all year and just adjust the front caster wheels here and there
  3. mosmgras

    mosmgras LawnSite Senior Member
    from NC
    Messages: 270

    Same here.
  4. mcduff48

    mcduff48 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 96

    The Standers are shipped with four quarter inch spacers above the blades from Wright. Fine tuning these can be a pain but after you set these you are able to change the height of cut with the half inch spacers on the casters.
    Just hang each front wheel off of your trailer gate and make your adjustments after that. It doesn't even take a minute at that point. :usflag:
  5. springover

    springover LawnSite Member
    Messages: 38

    Cool...ive been freaking out about this problem for a few days...i still havent been able to even try this mower out since i picked it up...its been raining for days...
  6. Oxmow

    Oxmow LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 488

    Same way i do it as well. Its a little tough in Okla some times as we cut bermuda one height and fescue another. But since it is my spray rig too i deal with it.
  7. mrgreen3

    mrgreen3 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 34

    Wht not just raise or lower the blades? That way the deck height remains the same,for better suction?
  8. turfsolutions

    turfsolutions LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 854

    I bought a brand new one just before they made the rapid height adjustment models. :hammerhead: :hammerhead: :hammerhead:
  9. ed2hess

    ed2hess LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,592

    The only reason we waited was rapid height....machine is useless in high productivity when you have several types of grasses.

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