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Rear Self New drive belt was replaced but still seems to be slipping-You can push it faster than it want to go- even in third gear

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Check to make sure tensioner is traveling all the way. check to make sure drive pulleys aren't slipping on shaft... or if all else fails get a smaller belt lol good luck

Posted on May 01, 2014

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SOURCE: Troy Mower Belt Slippage

If you have an tension adjuster on the handle loosen up until you can slip it back on. If thats not enough remove the spring at the tranmission.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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on the top of the trany there should be a screw tighten in down. if there isn't one you my have ether a bad cable or belt.you might want to look at the engine pulley assay make sure the belt did'nt ride up over the pulley, we see that all the time in my shop.

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look on craftsmans website and see it they have the wheel or look on partstree.com and they might have it!! have fun!! :)

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Go to psep.biz and you find what you need if uncomfortable with that site, try Toro site but they will b more expensive. Good Luck...

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SOURCE: how to replace drive belt on self propelled toro commercial push mower

the should be a plastic cover under the engine

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