No, there are shoes on both sides of the bucket that adjust the height of the scraper bar, and they wear down as you use the machine.Hey thank you for taking the time to help me out. Its definitely possible all it needs is some adjustments before I start grinding. So the 2 bolts on left outer part of unit that is holding the auger/bearing in place you talking about ? This can be adjusted ? I live in North Jersey just trying to get this ready for the upcoming season and tryIng not to return or bring yo get serviced especially if I can do something myself.
Hey bro I am glad it was a easy fix but definitely nothing should have to be fixed with a brand new unit. If my neighbor did not buy the unit for me I would of definitely got it from a dealer. The manual says the unit comes filled with oil . Glad I checked because the unit took almost a quarter of oil also. So if anyone buys from boxstore please check the fluids lol.crGlad you got it "fixed".
I would not be happy after purchasing a new machine and having these issues.
Another reason to purchase from a dealer instead of a big box store. Hopefully they would have at least started the machine and made sure it was operating correctly.
Not sure if the low gear box lube was the retailers fault or Toro's, I would think it would be filled at the factory.
Well the 2 bolts are flat now lol. Things like this definitely should of been checked before it was delivered. It is what it is glad I did not have to bring it in.Carriage bolts can vary between manufacturers. Some have flatter profiles than others.
I filled it to the recommended level of the manual. 1/8 below the port. It barely had anything in it.I hope you didn't overfill the gearbox. There has to be some room for the oil to expand as it gets warmer, if you fill it completely it will force itself past seals as it warms up and expands.
Make sure all the Pullys are tight on the shafts, have heard that noise before.