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Snapper sr1030 front tires pulled away from the wheel

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SOURCE: hi, i have an snapper riding lawn mower model

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SOURCE: i have a snapper sr1030 but it is not firing i have replaced spark plug

It will take 3 things to make it run. Fuel, fire and compression. Try this. Squirt a little starting fluid in to the carburator and try to start it. If it fires you then need to check to see if there is gas getting into the carb. If it doesnt fire, you are not getting any spark due to a shorted coil, bad coil or shorted wire. If it has been outside for a while where it is damp, your magneto and coils may have enough rust on them to prevent them from firing.

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My tires on my snapper roll like there is a flat or low air pressure, but this is not the case. Anyone got any ideas?


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Please check for a dragging LF caliper. Then be sure the front tires are at the same PSI. Then be sure the problem is not caused by the tires.*
Miss matched BRANDS,sizes or unusual wear patterns on one or both tires will cause a pull.
Tires look good? Rotate them,one side at a time until pull goes away.
Also, to see if it IS a tire problem,swap left to right and see if it pulls to the right.Easier to do that,first.

One more test: With you hands off of the steering wheel,start the car. If the steering wheel jerks to one side,you may have a bad /plugged spool valve inside the rack and pinion.

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My snapper won't pull forward but will back up


You're in luck, if your Snapper is of the type with a record player drive. Let me explain myself. Look under the motor. You should see that the shaft connects to a disc that has a rubber coated drive disc (or tire) under it. Works like this: when you are in the forward speeds, the tire is on one side of the disc. When in reverse, the tire moves to the other side. This means to me that it is neither your clutch or axle. Snapper dealers sell a tool that allows you to adjust the friction of the record (disc) against the drive wheel (tire). You loosen two allen screws on the disc where it mounts to the motor shaft, and the special tool screws into the center of the disc. With the tool installed, you screw down the jack screw to tighten the disc against the drive wheel. You then tighten the allen screws back up and you're done. Sounds too easy, 'eh? There are other variables you'll need to consider, mostly the condition of your drive wheel. The rubber on it will wear over time, so look at it carefully. If it is cracked or damaged, it should be replaced. It's easy to do. What about costs? Good question.... It's been a while, but best I remember, the speciality tool is ~$20. You'll need a long allen wrench to fit (~$2), and maybe the drive tire (~$15). The best news is that the speciality tool lasts virtually forever, and you'll use it again if you keep your Snapper
Hope that you have found this to have been helpful.
Best regards, --W/D-- Please feel free to rate this solution!

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Snapper won't go forward but will back


You're in luck, if your Snapper is of the type with a record player2.gif drive. Let me explain myself. Look under the motor. You should see that the shaft connects to a disc that has a rubber coated drive disc (or tire) under it. Works like this: when you are in the forward speeds, the tire is on one side of the disc. When in reverse, the tire moves to the other side. This means to me that it is neither your clutch or axle. Snapper dealers sell a tool that allows you to adjust the friction of the record (disc) against the drive wheel (tire). You loosen two allen screws on the disc where it mounts to the motor shaft, and the special tool screws into the center of the disc. With the tool installed, you screw down the jack screw to tighten the disc against the drive wheel. You then tighten the allen screws back up and you're done. Sounds too easy, 'eh? There are other variables you'll need to consider, mostly the condition of your drive wheel. The rubber on it will wear over time, so look at it carefully. If it is cracked or damaged, it should be replaced. It's easy to do. What about costs? Good question.... It's been a while, but best I remember, the speciality tool is ~$20. You'll need a long allen wrench to fit (~$2), and maybe the drive tire (~$15). The best news is that the speciality tool lasts virtually forever, and you'll use it again if you keep your Snapper
Hope that you have found this to have been helpful.
Best regards, --W/D-- Please feel free to rate this solution!

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