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Craftsman LT2000 18hp 42 in deck Won't turn over

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SOURCE: i need belt diagram for 42 in deck

You can go to the Sears website an download a free owners manual that shows what you need.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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I don't have a deck diagram but you should be able to figure it out it you put the back part of the belt (flat) up against the pulleys that are wide and the narrow part (v) into the smaller pulleys. It might take a couple of times but it is not that hard to figure out. Also put the (flat) side of the belt on any tension idlers. Hope this works.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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SOURCE: I need a belt diagram for Craftsman LT 2000 42

Look under the "running boards" Sears(AYP) sometimes put them under there. If not, go to www3.sears.com, type in your 917.xxxxxx model number and the pictures will show you an exploded view of the belt configurations

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: why does my 42 inched deck craftsman tractor cut

It needs to be leveled. Level it from side to side and front to back, then drop the front 1/4" lower than the rear. The hangers holding the deck in place are adjustable.

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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Each of the pulleys on top of the deck should have tensioners. These tensioners are usually the type which have a bolt for you to tighten while attached to the pulley. While you tighten the bolt, the pulley puts tension on the belt.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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