I bought a King Kutter rotary mower with my 1026R last year. The dual trailing wheels on the mower are small in diameter and have virtually no caster. This results in them frequently rotating on the vertical shafts and gouging the ground as they drag sideways.
At first I didn't mind as I was just clearing brush. Now that the areas have been cleared the furrowing made by those wheels is unsightly. I could cut and bend back the axle yokes or even heat and bend the shafts. Does anyone know of another fix?
It would certainly save time to just buy and replace with new wheels. Any suggestions?