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I wonder if its worth tack welding it to the shaft hmmm
Why bother? Mine is like that too. I just have the adjustment turnbuckle shorter on the chute side. I also cut off about 1/2" of the threads at the end so that it doesn't protrude too far out the other side of the cam/nut and bind up.

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Mine lowers more in the right side also. I just chalked it up to the height knob being on the left. It's a machine. There are tolerances. As others have stated, just make sure to level it with it resting on the height adjustment control. My dealer said they leveled my deck before it was delivered. It was off almost 3/4 of an inch when I checked it on level concrete. Right side was higher. I'm assuming they leveled it without setting it down on the height control mechanism.
I am convinced that nobody paid attention to leveling mine. It isn't hard and it isn't rocket science. We are seeing laziness at the "tip of the spear" where product is delivered to customers.

I'm annoyed, but I can't say I'm surprised. When I buy another piece of heavy equipment, this will be something I remember.

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