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Re: craftsman lt2000
#1   Aug 25, 2006 7:56 am
See message posted on levelling mower above.
Re: craftsman riding mower - leveling wheels
#2   Aug 25, 2006 7:55 am
This is relatively easy. I would suggest you go to Sears and obtain a maintenance book first as it gives you clearances and exact locations of the bolts, their location can be hard to describe. There are two bolts located on either side of the mower just above the deck yet below the body. The are attached to an arm that is suspended from the frame about midway of the mower deck. The bolts hang down and should be 9/16ths. Each will raise (tighten) or lower (loosen). You should only raise or lower one side. each complete turn raises/lowers approximately 1/8th of an inch. Measure the ground clearance on a flat level surface, both sides should be within a 1/4 inch of each other. The deck should be raised as high as it will go while doing this.
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