How off is it. A pic would help, most of the time if it's not much of an angle it won't be a problem. Most of the aftermarket stuff is designed for many types of equipment.
I don’t have a picture of it, I can take one when I get home again. It may still work just fine. In the instruction manual it talks about leveling the deck with the aerator in transport position so just wanted to see what others experience was if any. Thank you for the reply.How off is it. A pic would help, most of the time if it's not much of an angle it won't be a problem. Most of the aftermarket stuff is designed for many types of equipment.
So the leveling bracket I am speaking of connects the trailer arms (arms coming from the aerator to attach to the tractor), to the bottom of the aerator deck. When putting the aerator together, the bolts connecting this bracket to the arms are left loose until it is connected to the tractor and you can either tip the front of the aerator deck up or down depending on how low your trailer hitch is on the tractor. On mine, because the hitch is so low, when I lift the front of the aerator deck up to try to get it level it only has so much travel. I am sure the aerator will still work fine, just wanted to see if someone else’s setup was the same. Thank you for trying to help me. Once I get pictures up it will be easier to picture rather than me try to explain it.looking at the add for a Brinly 40" plug aerator, I do not see a leveling bracket. The engagement handle is made for either up/off or down/engagement. The hitch is non adjustable. If the unit tilts forward or backwards, it should not impede the performance either way.