I dont like my grass too short - so i always cut in the highest 'cutting' position ie. the one lower than lock. I have 4 holes showing on the wheels at this height and it seems to work well. I think most here cut pretty high.
Barely and sometimes I need to wiggle the deck to get it out. Uneven ground makes a huge difference. With the loader on, you can always lift the front wheels off the ground.At one click below lock-out, I am just a tad under 3". I just set up my mower at transport and it lowers to just a little under 4"- (maybe an 1/8th). Is that going to be too high. I can't really remember what height I mowed with the X series. The guide wheels are in the last hole. Is this too high? Have a little under 10 hours on the meter. I have the blow-back plates on order for the deck. I haven't taken the deck off yet to see what it looks like. Question for 2305 owners- does your deck gearbox clear the arms when you try and pull it out? I tried but had to drive the rear end over a 2x4 to get the tractor high enough to get the deck out. After that, I just pushed it back under the tractor.
I don't know which deck you have , but I got the blow back plates for myI have the blow-back plates on order for the deck .
What's a 'blow back plate'?. . . I got the blow back plates for my
54" MMM , they did'nt help at all ...
Hi Ralph , :Welcome1:What's a 'blow back plate'?Ralph
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