So for the last 2 years, I've been chasing as perfect a cut as possible with Bermuda grass and a rotary mower. (I know--not ever gonna be perfect, but we all compromise.) I've had the lawn topdressed for leveling the last 2 years, but kept getting some cut quality issues from my BOP 44 Dually. This got me thinking perhaps it's the mower/deck--and i took a closer look today. ...The mower will be 2 years old this Sept., and is used only on my personal 1/3 acre yard. For referrence, left/right is determined as if you were standing in operator position. 1. As it turns out--the Left front caster wheel has a much smaller gap/clearance between the wheel itself, and the inside edge of the caster fork as compared to the left. 2. When placing a level on either side of the midline weld on the front apex of the deck, the Right side is nearly level, where as the Left is way low. 3. This does seem to cause the majority of the weight to sit on the Left caster, as it does NOT spin easily because it's resting under weight on the concrete. The Right Caster touches the ground, but can easily be spun by hand. I fear that this may be an actual manufacturing defect. the deck has never been abused or slammed into anything. Certainly this will cause a lousy cut if the L side is always a bit lower--especially with bermuda blades only being green on the top 1/3. Any help/insight is great. I can post some pics if that would help. Of course--BOP is nowhere to be heard of these days. Figures.