Check the tire pressure in your owner's manual. MY JD 110 lists 6 to 16 psi
in front and 5 to 10 psi in rear.
Oil has nothing to do with it. I just don't trust the kids they have
setting these machines up. Check to make sure there is enough and that they
did not overfill.
Kids.. What kids? JD's are post delivered by an actual JD mechanic on site.
A 10 point inspection is done and their local JD dealer sticker is put on
the tractor for you to call with any problems. Everything else is assembled
by an "assembly" kid at the store level, which can be from just the seat to
seat , steering wheel, and battery.
I'm not that gullible. And I doubt if an "actual mechanic" is putting the
oil in these things. But I did have an "actual mechanic" overfill my new
Jeep at the local dealer a couple years ago. Our "local JD dealer" is about
20 miles from the store.
But you bring up a good point. If some "assembly kid" put the seat on and
it's riding stiff I'd check to see if the seat is attached correctly.
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