Question about Troy Bilt 25HP VTwin Hydrostatic 50" Zero Turn Radius Mower
Zero turn will not move forward as fast as before when it was new, when going up hill it barely can make it up the hill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The manual probably won't be of much help with this problem. Your transaxle may have seized up or failed due to the introduction of water into it. A lot of riders have had this problem, especially the ones with the DANA manufactured transaxle. I hope this is not your problem, and that the problem is in your shifter linkage between the lever and the transmission.
I am continuing to look for the manual. In the meanwhile, here is your complete machine with All parts, diagrams, breakdowns and part costs included. Hope this helps. It is sometimes tough to locate manuals as you have found.
Posted on May 21, 2011
SOURCE: How do I replace the
Here's the diagram for that mower, I'm assuming the deck belt broke :
Belt is 134" x1/2" Troy-Bilt# 954-04044A
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
What the problem is (im not sure if they are called this) but the deck pulley brakes are worn out.
Basically if you look under the rider frame side (on top of the deck). There are on each side for each spindle pulley a flat metal tab. On the underside of that is just like a brake on your car. So when you raise the deck the pulley brakes hit the top of the pulleys and stop them from spinning. Which cause the blades to stop spinnign. There are probably turning at 10% of there normal speed. If that sound like what its doing check the brakes.
They are a replaceable part. Sorry I just cant remember exactly what they are called. Over the years they just wear out like a set of brake pads on your car. And the mower cuts and just work fine. Thats where I would start. When they wear out, the friction material is gone. Best Reguards, Premium FixYa Support
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
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