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Which way are the mower blades suppose to go clockwise or countercclockwise
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It attaches the the front of the tractor. Similar to a plow to a truck. If you don't have the brackets, you will need those, or make your own. You can see a picture of the brackets if you go to sears.com. Click on the PartsDirect link at the top, and enter the blade model number.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
it could be the stator in the engine check the voltage with the volt meter when its running if its low check connections on battery & voltage if its below 12.5 volts then its the stator but the only thing is the engine should run with-out the battery so there is something else going on there is a fuse in the electrical system if theres a short that fuse will blow & engine will stall
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
if your going to do this get a book its not going to be easy.so you need a book i say take to shop.let me know
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Hi there Avu
It's quite east to see when was your tractor was made, follow these simple steps and you'll know how to see what model it is
Attached is an image of the tractor seat and the metal plate
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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That is a Briggs & Stratton engine and given its age, I would say it is time to overhaul or replace the carburetor. Over time the float needle and seat become worn and inoperable which is why you are getting fuel in your crankcase. If you are not familiar or comfortable with working on these things, this is a job better left to a professional. There are too many things that can (AND WILL) go wrong in trying to do it yourself. Just scan through some of the questions on here and see how many others have taken theirs apart and can't remember how to put it back correctly!
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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