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Toro riding mower/chain adjustment

I have an older toro riding mower. The chain has streched. Is there a chain adjustment or do I have to take off the chain and take out a link.. I noticed on the rear axle there is some type of screw adjustment but do not know if its for the chain adjustment.

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  • gmp1212 Feb 03, 2009

    where is the sproket located ?

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There is an adjustment for the chain. There is a sproket that you can loosen and adjust. You should be able to get it from the outside of the machine. Should be a 1/2in or 9/16in nut.

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  • Al Perry Feb 03, 2009

    The sprocket should be on the inside of the machine's frame. Which ever side the chain is on. You will have to look up from the bottom to side under the machine.

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