Question about Toro Power Lawn Mower
You said you replaced one of the wheels..was the reason worn drive teeth on the wheel? If it was chances are your other wheel teeth are worn out and binding..on the worn out teeth..this is common as the mower get older and used..I have a lawn sweeper with the same problem..good luck..
Posted on Feb 03, 2015
This could be a faulty switch, faulty relay, or fault clutch, or a blown fuse, usually the relay fails before the clutch, but not always
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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2006 TOURING DRIVE BELT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Remove the rear wheel and the rear swingarm and then the primary chain case assembly and then the old belt from the transmission sprocket and then install the new belt on the transmission sprocket and re-install the primary case assembly, the rear swingarm assembly and the rear wheel.
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