154 Lo Boy Belly Mower


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154 Lo Boy Belly Mower

Dan Painter I recently bought a 1974 154 Lo Boy w/ a factory belly mower to cut about 3 acres I have around my house. I've notice (as has my wife) that the middle or rear blade cut closer to the ground than the two outside blades. Since the belly mower is attached to and pivots from the rear of the chasis this sort of makes since but I can't figure out anyway to raise the rear attachment so that I get an even cut. When I lower the mower and get it to a point that it is level then the whole mower is too low and usually stalls the engine but is also just too low anyway. Any suggestions on how to get a good cut from this beast?
J41M You either have a bent blade or worn bearings on the center spindle.


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