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Zero-Turn Mower Gets A “Seat Raising”
“I’m 6 ft. 2 in. tall and wasn’t happy with the seat on my Husqvarna zero-turn mower. It sits too low for a guy with long legs like me. So I made a metal bracket that raised the seat up about 12 in. and shifted it back over the engine,” says Howard Aul, Saint Augustine, Fla.
  The seat came mounted on a sliding bracket, but it would bump up against the engine. “I had to raise the seat high enough to clear the engine before I could move the seat all the way back,” he says.
  He unbolted the seat’s original mounting bracket from the deck and welded a new angle iron bracket onto the bottom. The bracket slants toward the back so that the seat is now located about halfway over the engine.  
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Howard W. Aul, 3120 Green Acres Rd., Saint Augustine, Fla. 32084 (ph 904 824-0551).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #3