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Most small tractors have a power steering valve under the cowl through which the shaft to the steering wheel connects. The hoses may be leaking or loose fittings. My Kubota sends me under there about every 4 years.
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mows crooked
Riding mower decks are typically canted (offset) to avoid this issue. Double check to verify the new blades are the same length as the original blades.
Not all mower blades are created equally, universal replacement blades do not adhere to the same standards as OEM blades for size, hardness or many additional standards built into the OEM blades when the mower deck was designed.
Posted on May 26, 2009
You have overfilled the oil tank. White smoke is only a hassle, not a serious problem. You have to empty some of the oil and change the gas. Clean the air filter if it is the spongy type with Dawn Dishwashing Liquid, rinsing and drying it well before reinstalling. The white smoke will stop soon as it is still in the gas that is in the carb. If the case is that you haven't filled it with oil prior to this smoke then you must be mowing on a hillside and the gas tank was on the lower side allowing oil to leak into the gas. Same solution.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
could put a inline shut off valve in the fuel line and shut it off when you finish or fix it right? .
you need to replace the float the needle valve and seat ( the part that the needle valve pushes against to stop the gas inlet maintained by float level.
You need to find you engine mod# type# code# code is not important
look on overhead valve covers for these #s they are right in line wherever you find the #s if its an overhead valve engine
go to partstree.com and find briggs logo and click on it and enter your #s or choose from the ones they give and match them with yours and you should be able to find the part numbers you need for this carb.and get them locally or order from them.
maybe this will help cure your issue
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
SOURCE: 48 inch deck problems
a lot of problems here.try this.[grass buildup]. usually cause by damp grass or blades not going fast enough to throw into box.engine cutout is then caused by grass jamming blade[s]. backfire is usually too much choke or wrong petrol/air mixture.re bent grass.try cutting driving in reverse[if strip is wide cos of back tyre then blade is uneven.]
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
The most likely cause for what you are describing is a blown head gasket,this will cause too much base pressure which is what the fuel pump runs off of and if this is the case the engine will be hard on oil and smoke at times.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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