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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are thousands of these mowers out there, and most people do not have the problem that you are experiencing - let's face reality, you are hitting something, that's the only way these break - it is impractical to make a machine that will mow through rocks, stumps, and water pipes and not break - also, sears does not MAKE anything, they contract companies to make products for them - if you want a thicker, tougher mandrel housing, log onto www.amcpartsstore.com. they recently began offering a heavy duty version of the mandrel housing, part no. 130794. i've seen these and they are definitely beefy - just be sure to put everything together correctly and tighten all the nuts and bolts firmly, and try to avoid the rocks and stumps
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
If you do not the facilities to use an impact wrench, you will need to find to hold the pulley and you a breaker bar with a socket on it to get the pulley nut loose. I would use either"PB Blaster or Deep Creep" penetrating oil and spray it on the nut before you try to take it apart.
Or you may find a professional shop, take the deck to them and may may take the pulley off for a small fee.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
SOURCE: spindle pulley will not stay on
try putting some nail varnish on the nut threds to lock the nut up,,,,(pinch some off the wife?) it works just fine, or change the nut for a nylon lock nut,,,
that cost money,,,
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: how do you remove the
Before you put the socket on the nut on top of the pulley, you need to take a piece of wood and place under the deck in such a manner as to stop the of the blade when you turn the nut. You can also use a set of vice grip locking pliers or a large c-clamp to stop blade rotation also by clamping to side of deck. Then you should have no difficulty removing the nut from the spindle releasing the pulley.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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