Question about Ariens Riding Mowers & Garden Tractors
I cannot seem to get the same forward speed out of the left side as the right side. its a definite difference. the adjustment on the top by the seat are not the issue. I have messed with the adjustments underneath, but just cannot seem to get the left arm to go as far down/forward as the right side. any suggestions?
You can adjust the right arm backward to compensate for the left being slow. Look for a slotted hole that allows you to adjust it. But what you really need to know is why the left side is not pulling as it should. Have you checked the hydraulic fluid at the pump?
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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If tires are the correct inflation, check the angle of the deck. The blades may need to be sharpened. There is a blade balancer you can purchase. If one blade is not as sharp as the other, it will have a little more weight on one side than the other.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
I think the only logical conclusion is that your hydrostatic transmission is shot. If you know the model number, I think they
are stamped on the bottom, you can look over on ebay. There are some NOS vendors over there and they may have one. There are also mower junkyards around, believe it or not, and if you can find one you may find a serviceable replacement.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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