Question about Omega Rear Drive Wheel Snapper Mowers
Usually just replacing the drive wheel will fix the problem. There are two allen head set screws on the disc mounted on the engine shaft visable through the hole in the rear of the mower. However, don't expect when you loosen them that the disc will move up or down freely. I've only ever move one by taking the engine off. I'd try replacing the rubber drive wheel first.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
There is no ajustment the spring holds the tension
Posted on Oct 25, 2011
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