How to Replace a Deck Belt on a MTD Riding Mower.?

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1. Push the deck adjuster into the lowest height possible. This will make it easier to replace the belt. 2. Tap the screws located around the belt. Once you tap on them, the screws will loosen. These screws keep the blade in place. 3. Pull the belt
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How to Replace a Deck Belt on a MTD Riding Mower
An MTD riding mower deck belt needs replaced after a few years of hard work. Replacing the belt is fairly simple as long as the instructions are followed correctly. If they are not followed correctly, the deck may not work properly, and even worse, the... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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I have a Murray ride on and in the manual of my mower it shows the correct route of the deck belt , I have replaced it several times over the years no problem. If you do not have
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Remove the plug lead to avoid a start up. With the deck in the lowest position, take off cutter belt from the engine pulley by pulling it down below the pulley. It id as tight fit
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You might not have to drop the deck. Take a look at where the drive belt is mounted and remove only what has be be removed. At the front of the engine pulley there are probably two
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