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Hi Folks - (first time poster on this forum)

Finished mowing this a.m. and noticed that my rear lift arms are seriously out of whack. Left side arm is waaay further down the the right. See pic below.

Following the arm up to behind the seat, and the spline appears to be 'backing out' of the main gear box (maybe the wrong term). Anything wrong with just 'pushing' it back in? Any ideas as to what may have caused this?

Is there a written tech procedure to getting these things somewhat coordinated to begin with?

Any help or insight to this issue would be greatly appreciated!

Joe

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Thanks for the prompt reply!

If I knew what these parts were called, it would've made the search a lot easier :)

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I'd suggest you "butter up" those splines with ssome anti-seize before you push it back on. It'll keep it from rusting on and make your simpler if you have to take it apart years from now.
 
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