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Need to adjust the front of my Powermax mower deck up a bit and the mule pin holes are worn allowing the whole thing to drop down. Have turned the clevis bolts all the way into the arms and still need more deck height, especially in front. Any tips for reworking those holes to tighten up and raise the back end of the mule?

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weld up the holes and drill new holes, drill larger and bush, drill and use larger pins or jack it to highest point and bolt as tight enough to hold it in place

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