Question about Kubota Garden
Used wrenches on top and bottom, but won't budge
I really like pb blaster. May take a while to soak in well worth a try. If that fails Terry to heat the nut with a torch. You don't need an ixy acetelyne set up a propane or mapp gas set up should do the trick. Propane is lower in heat than mapp gas and keep an extinguisher handy.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure the narrow side of the belt goes in the pulley; you may have the wrong belt; make sure all the pulleys for that belt are the same height , if one is higher than the others that may be the problem
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Is that how your manual recommends changing the belt?
On most riding mowers, the deck must be lowered in order to replace the belt
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
SOURCE: Replaced Mower Deck Drive Belt.
Yes, there is an idler arm with a pulley that presses either inward or outward against the belt to tension it. In some JD mowers, the arm is tensioned by pulling on a long metal rod that latches near the edge of the mower deck, but without the model number I can't be more precise about that. Just look for that extra pulley and arm it's mounted on -- you'll see a tension spring, and you should also see a way to pull the arm away from the spring to place it under tension. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
Hi After it's off make sure the belts aren't too tight. If they are then they won't disengage. They should be tight, but you should still be able to move then a little. Please check this article to get a detailed idea related to your issue:- http://www.bobshowto.com/landscape/mower-deck-disengage.htm
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After it's off make sure the belts aren't too tight. If they are then they won't disengage. They should be tight, but you should still be able to move then a little.
Please check this article to get a detailed idea related to your issue:-
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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