Hi to all, been taking advantage of some mild weather here recently. I bought my cub last summer with the intention of mowing with it, but the property I bought is a little too steep for comfort, so my cub is being assigned to gardening and utility work. I bought a plow last year with coulter, ended up buying another for the depth control since the first one didn't have one.( as an aside, I have an extra plow for sale. pm me for details). Anyway, took the mower off, flipped the drawbar around and mounted the depth control, all loosely fitted for now so's I can check everything before use. The problem: the depth control is touching the rt. rear tire. After some consideration it occurred to me that the rt. tire is mounted lugs in, as opposed to the left which is lug out (or vice versa, regardless they are not the same). So, if I flip the rim around my tire tread will be opposite the left side, correct? Ag tires are directional, right? Will this affect plowing at all? Or, as my wife jokingly stated " if your tires go in opposite directions will you drive around in little circles?"
I measured the width tire center to tire center, it checked at 42 inches, so it is odd. The manual states they rear wheels are adjustable from 40,44,48,etc. Would that be the correct method of measurement? Any advice is appreciated, I have lots of maintenance to do before getting in the field, if it ever dies out enough to get there, been very wet here this year. Thanks.