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Hows it going everyone, picked up the 2320 about a month ago. I've got 11 hours on it. I've used it for digging/grading with the front end loader, post hole digging with an old danuser digger, and mowing with the 62d. I'l post pictures soon.

Its been a pretty easy transition from my x748. Turning radius doesn't feel all that different.


I've got two things bugging me on it. Assuming H on the mower adjustment means high it doesn't seem all that high. I'm setting it on H and its practically cutting putting green hight. Since i've owned it i've used the two notches bewteen lock and H. Not sure what your supposed to do with the rest of the settings, seems to me they'd be way too low.

The next problem i've got is the r4s. For what i'm using it for i should have gotten turf tires. I was on the fence and the dealer talked me into R4s. The r4s are great for everything else i do except mowing, i feel confident with them durabilty wise. For mowing turfs would be great.

Do 4100 and 4110 have the same wheel size and bolt pattern? I'm thinking I might be able to get lucky and find a set of turfs on wheels.

Overall I'm happy, just have to tweak a few things i guess.
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Congrats Joe!

I've got two things bugging me on it. Assuming H on the mower adjustment means high it doesn't seem all that high. I'm setting it on H and its practically cutting putting green hight. Since i've owned it i've used the two notches bewteen lock and H. Not sure what your supposed to do with the rest of the settings, seems to me they'd be way too low.
The MMM's are notoriously NOT setup well from the dealers, you can adjust the max height by tightening the front and rear draft arm then re-leveling the entire deck.

Do 4100 and 4110 have the same wheel size and bolt pattern? I'm thinking I might be able to get lucky and find a set of turfs on wheels.
I have no idea for sure, but I suspect they are the same.
 

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Yup, I agree with Ken, very rarely are the decks set up correctly from the dealer. Go over it completely and adjust from beginning to end per the manual.
 

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Joe, I have had the same head scratching problem with my deck. I have everything level and the rear turn buckles won't go any higher and it still seems anything lower than 1 click from lock will scalp my lawn. I have learned to live with this height as I like the cut of the lawn. I see it has guaranteeing more seat time since the lawn always needs mowing. :thumbup1gif:
 

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Hey guys, thanks for the replies, the rear turn buckles are all the way up. I think the deck is tipped down in the front a little bit. I'll try and adjust the front to bring it up a bit.

I'm considering swapping the r4's for turfs but the only turf tire i can find for a 16.5" wheel is a 33x12.5-16.5 which is two inches taller than my 31's. That'll throw off my 4x4 timing so i'm probably going to have to change everything. turf wheels and tires through deere are like a $1000 bucks. that was a pricey mistake huh?
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The r4s are great for everything else i do except mowing,
Hey Joe
What don't you like about them?

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Good evening. Being that we've been having so much rain here in Jersey I've been forced to mow in damp/wet conditions just to keep up with the grass. So you can see the tread pattern in the wet grass and turning has been super tough on the ground. I'm not going nuts over it by any means, its just probably something i wasn't going to learn until i saw it for myself.
 

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Hey Joe
I understand about the R4's,I have them too,and I know what its like in damp/wet conditions,but if the ground is that wet when you cut,you're going to get marks no matter which tread you have. Just remember too that the R4's are 6 ply which make them a better tire for rough terrain and loader work.

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yeah i agree 100%. i see areas that were mowed with zeroturns that are all chewed up. the ground hasnt had any opportunity to dry.
i do like the r4s for everything else though. i can worry a bit less on the road.
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My 62D mower is on my 2320. Turnbuckles all the way up ,etc. I have the mower all the way up, to mow. Anything less just scrapes. Im less than impressed about this.
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I also have a 2320, but with a 54D mower. I played with the adjustments quite a bit when I first started mowing with it and finally got it where I wanted it. I now have the gauge wheels with, I believe, two holes showing at the top. I did, however, give up trying to use the height control knob on the platform and control the cut height with the three point hitch control. If I remember correctly, the depth stop is set on "8" on the indicator. I do not have my turnbuckles shortened all the way. When I first started, I tried to use the control on the platform set between medium and high and was throwing dirt and rocks out of the discharge. I wasn't happy to begin with, but after screwing around with it, I am now happy.
 

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My 62D mower is on my 2320. Turnbuckles all the way up ,etc. I have the mower all the way up, to mow. Anything less just scrapes. Im less than impressed about this.
I had the same issue until I adjusted the strap that connects to the rock shaft.
 

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I believe it's behind your left rear tire and connects the three point hitch rockshaft to the mower lift rock shaft. Part #20

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On this model it's called the lift link.
 

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I checked it, and the link isnt threaded, for any adjustment. So, ill look in this further tomorrow. Again, thanks for the info.It the 3 point hitch went up just a little higher, the mmm would be fine.
 
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