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Wicked noise my dad asked me to change the belt on our John Deere L110 riding mower which was no problem. It even mowed for about 5 minutes and now all of a sudden when the blades are engaged it sounds like the blades are going to fly off! i cant see or feel anything loose or where the noise is originating. any suggestions?

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Have the blades been removed and replaced. if so perhaps blades put back on wrong?

Posted on May 26, 2009

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