Question about Craftsman Garden
I can manually turn the blades on the outside but center blade doesn't, if I turn the center blade manually then all blades turn. under power only the center blade cuts. Is the center hub broken or stripped maybe?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
craftsman decks have a positive stop adjustment for the decks. A spring atached to the blade ingadgement arm pulls the tension pully into position if the cable is rusted inside the sleeve it wont put enough pull on the ingadgment pully and thus the blades dont spin full force the belts on the mowers have no adjustments only the pully . second thing is you may want to drop the deck and clean around that pully by scraping any rust off the surface under the pullys slide good luck
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
i going to assume that yr tractor does have the hydrolic p.t.o. that controls the drive and cutting mechanism's???... if so you might start with checking the hydrolic fluid in the resevior. or you might check into replacing the hydrolic p.t.o. pump , if you ran the tractor in heavy work without any hydrolic fluid in the p.t.o. pump the pump is probably burnt up. if so im sure you can beat the cost of a new pump by rebuilding it yrself with a kit.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Hi..my name is Keith..and most times..when your problem happens..either the deck is bent down from runing into something or stepping on it..or the deck hanger is bent, worn or out of adjustment..or the blade on that side is bent..and i hope this will help..if not..please write back
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
You may be running too fast on ground speed for the mower deck to cut completely. It may be time for some new blades. The blades may be worn down to where they are shorter than when they were first put on.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Its not the tires it is the blades don't line up.One blade is three-quarters of an inch lower.Is there a shim for the star fitting.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
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