How to Replace Popular Riding Lawn Mower Belt.?

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1. Park the tractor on a flat level surface. Shut off the the engine, and remove the ignition key from the ignition switch and disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug (it pulls straight off) to prevent accidental engine starting. Lower the
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Replacing Riding Lawn Mower Belts
There are three common belts on a mower deck. Because these belts are often exposed to the environment and then in storage for a couple of seasons out of use, these belts tend to dry and crack quickly. Unfortunately, we often take these belts for granted... More »
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This could vary slightlty from model to model but the first thing you need to do is remove the grass catcher if you have one. the lower the deck all the way to the ground (working
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There are two belts the drive belt is very easy its easier to drop the mower deck then you place belt on rear pulley and start it on the front pullley and rotate it on by hand . The
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You don't say if it is the mower deck belt or the drive belt. My sears tractors have diagrams on the deck and under the foot rests for the belts. You could check to see if there is
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