took the blades off and ran a wire brush on the grinder to clean. They are balanced OK. also used the hanging on nail method and showed balanced too. Took the deck belt off and turn spindles by hand. Sound ok but took them off anyway. Took bearings out and they are good too. Will have to get new grease seals tomorrow. Not finding anything so far.
Re: cub cadet deck vibration in reply to bobpa, 08-02-2013 17:09:17
Make sure the cutting edge of each blade is facing in the right direction. One of my co-worker's had a Ford garden tractor and he said every time he mowed his lawn the grass looked almost white. He said he sharpened them, but they were never dull.
I looked at them and told him he was installing the blades backwards. Hal
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