JMOR said: (quoted from post at 05:50:13 06/19/13) In your pictures, the lift links (arms you say) are never much more than horizontal. They should reach maximum lift well above horizontal.
Yes, that is where they are at when the mower is 2" off the ground. If I move the touch control lever any more up (you can see in one pic it is nearly all the way up) the arms will go full up and lift the mower all the way up.
That is the problem, I seem to be at the top of my "variable lift" when the mower is 2" off the ground. Any more movement of the touch control lever raises the mower 3 feet.
This post was edited by cbrown9064 at 06:11:14 06/19/13.
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