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Cub model 1170 drive wont disengage

I have a cub mod 1170 i am fixing for a friend it has new drive belts 1 new idler and a new double pulley in the rear i have adjusted the idler from 1 extreme to the other same result there is no slip in the system to allow the mower to stop moving and the drive pedal has a nasty vibration i have checked belt routing and went by the book to adj the idler and its all correct any help would be great thanks

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There should be a pulley somewhere in the belt assembly that lifts up ti allow slack in the belt. your problem sounds to me like you have messed something on the clutch up and the pulley isn't lifting up to let there be some slack in the belt to disengage the drive.

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