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Snapper comet rubber drive

How would i replacew the rubber drive in my snapper comet rideing mower,mit has a rear engine the year is around a 72-73

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Get a new drive wheel.
Put mower in neutral.
Stand mower on rear supports.
Remove the four bolts holding the old wheel.
install new wheel.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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