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How to remove rear wheel off a victa 4013tx - Craftsman 42 in. Deck 19.5hp Lawn Tractor

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What is the victa lawn mower 35 classic a two stroke or a four stroke please.


search on a victa 35 classic makes it 4 stroke

its a brigs and stratton 3.5 engine on aluminum frame + plastic rear catcher



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How to remove the front wheel on a victa NXT23/46 ride on mower


Graeme, usually you remove the rubber/plastic axle/hub cap, jack mower up and secure from falling, next remove retaing clip( C clip, cotter pin, etc), and washer, slide wheel off. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, could not find your model, Good luck
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http://support.mtdproducts.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/203/~/wheel-removal---riding-mower

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How do I start victa 4013tx?


this is actually a murray model re-badged as a victa. Here is the electrical diagram. Park brake must be engaged, deck must be disengaged and the seat must be sat on.

Hope it helps. I also have other exploded views of this model.
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How do you test a coil on a old victa 18 mower


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My victa 4013tx will not drive . the drive belt is on and correctly tensioned but have no drive. was working fine when last used but had a flat tyre when i went to use it and all i've done is removed and...


You removed the rear tire?
My first guess is there is a "key" that holds the tire to the axle. It will be a piece of steel about 1/4 inch square and 1 inch long or a Woddruff key like the one pictured below. Go back to the location where you removed the wheel and find it. Remove your wheel and reinsert the key. toolboxhero_1.jpg

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I have a problem with my ride on mower. we need to replace the belt that drives a twin cutting disks on a Victa 4013TX but cannot find any diagrams to help.


4013 HT is a Victa with a 13hp briggs and stratton engine normally with a twin blade 40in deck. These were badge engineered Noma mowers and essentially equivalent to murrays made at the same time. Check diagrams for murray decks to find one with the same deck configuration.

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Need manual for Victa - 3012TX -11.5HP I/C Industrial - 5 Speed Transaxle - Ride on mower


Check this link out for exploded views ... maybe will help
http://www.krysiak.pl/download_files/MURRAY/31721X88B.PDF

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Would anyone know where Icould get a manual for victa ride on 4013TX mower please. Darrill


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In doing a GOOGLE search, I did notice there were a couple of them on E-Bay, Aus. and a machinery dealer in Aus. that sells them

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