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Hello

I just purchased a new 3032e and was moving a large pile of dirt. Some of it required me to dig out the top of it using the cutter as a ballast. After finishing, I noticed the cutter doesn't fully lift using the rear Imatch. Only the front lifts and the wheel remains on the ground. Any idea why?
 

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If its a rotary cutter, It may have not been enough ballast for the work you were doing.
Did you bend the frame for the tail wheel?
Did the top link screw out while you working?

A picture always helps if you can add one.

Welcome to GTT by the way!
 

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Can you post pictures of the cutter and 3 point assembly?
 
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Thank you. It is located on our land and I won't be back there until tomorrow. I will post a pic. It is my first Tractor. Nothing appeared to be bent.
 

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Is the top link still attached?
 
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The top link probably screwed out of adjustment allowing the implement to sag in the back. I would check that first. Good luck
 
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