Question about Garden
I have tried turning the adjustment knob but it won't move, any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will have to disconnect the deck from the tractor. There might be
some rods hanging down by the pulley on the motor. You have to loosen
those not remove. Then install the new belt with the inside of belt (V)
into the pulleys. The outside of belt (flat side) goes up against any
idlers (oversized pulleys). Once you get the belt routed properly the
belt will be snug in the pulleys. If you have excess play you have to
use trial and error to get the belt routed the right way around the
Once belt is on reattach the deck and tighten the rods by the motor that keeps the belt from coming off. They need to be close but not touching the engine pulley.
Good luck and let me know if this helps.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
assuming that you are working on a briggs engine? regardless of make what the problem is that the needle and seat inside the carb is not sealing off the fuel flow from the fuel pump/fuel tank or both......gravity feed fuel systems are the worst about flooding, the only fix will be a carburetor repair with needle and seat replacement
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
The blade height is not adjustable on any of the tractors I have worked on or owned. The blade seats against a shoulder on a spindle and held in place by a nut. Sometimes replacement blades are not shaped the same as the original and changes the blade cuttnig height but other than in those circustances there is no adjustment.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Kubota TG1860
belts,solenoid,ignition switch and the PTO, you can hook 12v directly to PTO and see if it is engaging, the ignition switch feeds 12v to the PTO, the switch/solenoid engages with the help of the pulleys and belts, just a matter of figuring if its the belts(or in may cases the tesioner pulley) Hope this helped Tim
Posted on Apr 18, 2011
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