Question about Toro Lawnmower Lawn Mower Sp Drive Belt 623900
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toro 20016 self propel
If you take the wheels off and remove the belt from the small pulley on the the front axle underneath the pulley you should see a small transmission. You usually can split this unit in half . You will see two gears and sometimes one plastic and one metal. The plastic one is usually the culprit. Hope this will help you out. Donnyb60
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: front drive wheels won't engage
Is it possible that the belt has either broken or come off the pulleys? Next step would be to remove the cover and see if there is something preventing engagement or if you see any broken parts. May even be as simple as lubricating the cable/levers.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
yes...tightening the belt happens when the handle is pulled...take the cover off the belt an see if there is play in the pulley on top of the transmission...if there is the trans is bad and must be replaced...
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
SOURCE: Front wheels quit pulling
Ya most likely the lever that you normally squeeze to make it "go" has a cable. Cables stretch just like belts. If you replaced the belt already then that automatically removes any stretching that the first belt would have suffered from no doubt. Look at the drive lever's cable up at the lever end. There is usually a cable adjuster there. It will be a threaded shaft portion with a nut or knurled ring to spin. tighten up that "go lever" cable a bit. Even better, if you have visual access to the belt as you squeeze the drive lever, then you can see if squeezing that lever moves one of the belt's pulleys enough to cause it to tighten it up enough to transfer spin motion thru the belt to the other pulley. You see that whole system is really a "slip belt clutch" when belt is loose, no forward motion, as you squeeze the "go/drive" lever the pulley moves away tightening up the belt more and more. The tighter the belt, the less the slippage, the faster you go! But the slippage is necessary! ( That's the clutch component) If you simply had the belt tight all the time, the mower would always go full speed! It would be in full time "run away mode" LOL! so watch out. Once you see it in action...you'll get the idea no problem!
Posted on May 10, 2010
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