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Need 125/96 grass catcher side plate, chute and bags for this ride on model (2000 model year)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
bent part of the blades need to be facing up towards your deck which creates a vacuum and allows a better lift to throw the grass in the bag When bagging blades should be labeled as high lift blades which are designed for bagging . Also which you probably already know its better to bag when the grass is NOT damp.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2009
yes it can be fix.but it might cost you alot of money.i will try to help you.let me know. want parts you need.i need a pic.i have lots parts.let me know.ok
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
check ground wire and posts for continuity between battery and starter, if you don't have a multimeter, remove, clean and replace all ground connectins. If that isn't it and you are sure that your battery is good and you've got good juice to the starter than the starter needs op-checked, remove it from the engine and engage it, if gear shifts out and spins rapidly you may have engine problem. Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
First off, confirm that the tractor is in Neutral and the deck is not engaged. You also need to be on the seat, and in some cases your foot must be on the brake. Then try it.
If by "jump" you mean essentially connect one end of a jumper cable to the battery power coming to the solenoid, and the other end of the SAME jumper cable to the 6 gauge (+/-) wire on the other side of the solenoid that goes to the starter, and it cranks, this means one of two things.
More than likely it is the solenoid that is bad, but the only way to confirm this is to make certain that when you turn the key, it sends power to the small (18 gauge) wire on the solenoid. This is easy to check with a test light.
If power is goes to the solenoid when the key is turned, but the engine fails to crank then the solenoid is bad.
If no power is there, then the problem has something to do with either the ignition switch or ignition wiring, or more likely it is a failure of one of the safety switches, under the seat, transmission in gear, sometimes if the deck is engaged, or other.
One way to confirm that the problem is with a safety switch or ignition switch and rule out the solenoid would be to jump a wire directly from the positive terminal to the small wire on the solenoid that comes from the ignition. If this causes the engine to crank, then the solenoid is OK.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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