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I cant get the top nut to come loose on the deck to get to the bearings, any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First make sure you have the tools, metric that is. The deck must be removed and turned over. To do this you must put the deck in the lowest position. Using a 15mm socket pull the belt tension spring pulley forward to detach from clutch. Next remove retaining pins located at the five deck brackets. This will allow the arms to slide off and the deck can be dragged out from under the mower. Turn deck over. Use a 18 inch 2x4 to block blades while removing the two 15mm bolts. The bolt heads will need to be cleaned so the socket can seat on bolt head. I use my torque wrench to get more leverage and i can use it to reset blade bolts to 64 ft lbs. While blades are of it is a god time to thoroughly clean underside of deck.
Posted on May 25, 2009
Looked up detailed isometric diagram w/ parts denoted on John Deere website. FixYa website was a litele misleading. I did not realize that accessing a question posted "for free" would cost me something to get the answer. It's kind of like askin a neighbor as a neighbor to give you a hand and then he sends a bill.
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Posted on Jun 26, 2009
Hi..my name is Keith..and you can go to an online lawn mower parts site and put in your model of lawn mower and search for the mowing deck..and they will have a diagram of the mowing deck with the belt on it..and there are several sites online but i'll give you the one i use www.outdoordistributers.com ...i hope this has helped
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Go to http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/repairs/deere_stx38_gear_drive_belt.asp
for pictures and descriptions of drive belt and deck belt on John Deere STX38 and STX46 tractor with black deck
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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