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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there should be a c clip around the out side of the tire push it out with flat tip screw driver or pliers some tractors have a cover over them you might have to pop it off with screw driver first to get to the rest the bakes are usually on passanger rear wheel
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
It's like a jig saw puzzle only there are seven parts...
- 6 pulleys and
- 1 belt.
- The "vee" of the belt faces inwards.
- some of the pulleys have a groove that the belt will go into. The belt goes on the "outside" of these pulleys and the belt will snug into the groove.
- some of the pulleys will be smooth. The belt goes on the inside of these so that the flat "outside" of the belt rides on the "inside" of the pulley.
- there will be one special pulley that is mounted on a lever and has a spring that keeps tension on the belt. It's usually easiest to route the belt around this one last.
Make sure that the control lever is in the "not cutting" position, the engine is off, and the keys are not in the ignition when you do the install.
Patience, time, and quiet logic.
You'll get it.
Posted on May 14, 2015
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