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I have a older Husqvarna GTH 220 that wont go forward or reverse, was working fine when starting up hill and spinning tire and after several attempts it finally would not move and made a "clanging" noise after looking at drive belt and seeing it was shot but not broken I purchased a new one, after installing go figure " bad news" same ol same ol. Is it as bad as I am assuming or can this be repaired?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey jim the drive belt connects to the fron of the machine Just above the PTO clutch. connected to the vertical crank on the engine. It slips through a series of pullies to the back side od the mower. One pully will be on a tention spring. that is your golden ticket to getting the tention you need.
Looking at the pullys. for routing your new belt. V pullies for the inside portion of the belt and flat pullies for the outside.
You can usualyl take the chassis and pedals off as needed. the pebals have pins holding them on.
the seat has a safty switch that gets unplugged.
There are bolts hidden under the foot map as well which snaps up and down careful with these as that mat will never be the same if you break the clips.
THe back of the mower near and above the gastank you will see a pull thats ontop of a hydrostatic pump thats the last pully.
I have done these before without removing the body. However its not easy and you had better be limber.
Ohh and of course remove any decking under the mower for mowing lawns. =) i hhope this helps if i see a diagram i will try to link you. GL buddy -Jeff in alaska
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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there is a release usually behind the seat that has to be pulled in order to push it physically. make sure that the release is pushed in for the forward/reverse to work.
Posted on May 26, 2009
I think that the belt is not on right. if you look at the belt diagram from the top, then on the left side then the belt is hooked up to nothing. on the right side then the belt goes through the left side of the clutch pulley.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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