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Depends on the mower model.

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I HAVE A CRAFTSMAN 1000. I AM TRYING TO PUT NEW DRIVE BELT ON AND CANT.DO I NEED TO TAKE DECK BELT OFF TO DO IT?


most probably as most drive belts are above the deck belt owing to the fact that the deck height can be shifted

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Blades won't engage on my zero turn 50" cut husqvarna (approx2011) I found a 7" spring on the ground and don't know where it goes back on. Can u help


Looking underneath the mower on top of the deck there should be a flat metal arm with a flat faced pulley on the end. This pulley pushes against the belt that drives the mower deck . The spring should be hooked on that arm and pulled tight over to a place on the deck and this is what keeps the belt tight enough to turn the blades when you engage the pto switch. My recommendations to put this back on is to remove the belt pulley cover on the deck right side roll the belt off at that pulley giving you a bunch of slack so you can hook up the spring and put the belt in the right position on everything else then go back to the deck right hand pulley start putting the belt back on that pulley and when it is to tight to get it all the way on reach under the deck and use the blade as leverage to finish turning the pulley and walk that belt on the rest of the way ,it will not hurt a thing, all you are doing is pulling that 7 inch spring over like it was intended to be, then replace the cover on the deck spindle.

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A diagram of deck belt on deck 46 inch cub cadet


Look here then when you put in your Model number look under ATTACHMENTS for a parts diagram showing the Belt layout
http://www.cubcadet.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ARIPartFinderView?storeId=10051&catalogId=14101&langId=-1#/s/CUT/782/

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My Motion Drive Belt slipped of it's pulley on a Husqvarna Riding Mower Model 917-289570. Do I have to remove the rear tire to put the belt back on?


i had a 2148. you remove the mower deck as the first step. feed the belt over the pulley on top the transmission, then put it over the engine pulley. then have someone push the clutch pedal in so the tensioner pulley moves, put the belt in the guide pulley and on the tensioner. release the clutch put the deck back on and you are good to go. notice there are little keepers welded to the frame for the front, engine, pulley and it is easy to mistakenly put the belt over them instead of under them.

a general rule is that a pulley shaped like a Vee takes the V of the belt whilst a pulley which is flat takes the flat back of the belt. if you bear that in mind you will not have a problem putting belts back on. also there is a little decal on top the deck showing how the deck belt and deck drive belt go.

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Trying to put a new drive train belt on my sit on murray lawn mower


Drive belts can be a pain. You are going to have to drop the deck belt out of the way and sometimes drop the front of the deck to be able to get the belt up around the front pulley. Feed it through the belt guards if possible...if not, you are going to have to loosen or remove the guards to get the belt where it is needed. Then loop around rear pulley, tighten guards, hook up deck and replace deck belt.
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Do you have a diagram on how to put on a craftman belt, like a picture, got the belt on, but not engage some where in the middle not right.... it a 38" deck


You have to (or should) take your deck off before putting on the new belt. If there isn't a schematic on the deck go to this website:

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action

and look up your tractor number. Should give you a good idea of the routing. While you have the deck off, clean out all the debris around the pulleys and tensioners.

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