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Lesco Help

Discussion in 'LESCO' started by JCee, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. JCee

    JCee LawnSite Member
    from NY
    Messages: 113


    I posted there first, maybe you have some suggestions or tips. Also I know its supposed to cut down to 1.5 inches. Most of the grass I pulled out after mowing was far longer than that. Like I said its not the best lawn in the world but it should still cut it. Thanks, Jeff
  2. lordohturf

    lordohturf LawnSite Member
    from SW OH
    Messages: 173

    There are three ways to adjust cutting height on your mower.

    1. To lower mowing height move the spacers up above the blade on the spindle shaft. This will move the blade closer to the ground.

    2. Put all the spacers on the top of the yoke for the front wheels. This will also shorten the cut.

    3. Deck adjustment. There are two deck adjustments (factory set on the higher adjustment). There are four deck mounting bolts. There are two positions for the deck. Move the deck to the lower location. This will lower your cutting height by on inch.

    Hope this helps.

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