Question about John Deere Gx75 Rx75 Srx75 Sx75 130 9hp Starter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: adjusting belts & veriato
Belts on the variator system are spring loaded, they 'self-adjust'. If they are not working correctly, they are worn & the center pulley of the variator can be worn so it 'cocks' sideways as the belts work.
*the only adjustment is the sicronizing of the variator to the foot pedal. This only effects the lever in the full back position. If it is out of adjustment, the tractor will stop in the full back position.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
There is an idler pulley that puts tension on the belt. You unhook the spring from the idler arm, put the new belt on (it will be loose, not tight) then hook the spring back onto the idler by pulling hard on the spring with a pair of visegrip or channellock pliers. Here's a parts diagram. Good luck! Please rate my solution if helpful, thanks.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
SOURCE: Replaced transmission on my John
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly
This is a generic response to all John Deere Variator linkages but most likely what you must do with a transmission change.
To adjust the "Variator linkage" do the following.
1. Pry off the buttons on the side that cover the access holes located just below the variable speed lever.
2. Put the variable speed lever in notch #5.
3. Loosen cap screw one or two turns. This is located inside the hole.
4. Disconnect and ground the spark plug.
5. Turn ignition key to crank engine until clutch-brake pedal raises as high as it will go.
6. Take up linkage slack by pushing down on cap screw (see step #2). Tighten cap screw.
NOTE: If the tractor won't move with the variator in the first notch after these adjustments then the primary drive belt needs to be replaced.
I am concerned that maybe you did not connect the linkage properly but you have to do the above steps if no matter what you do you only have slow speeds.
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
SOURCE: I have a John Deere
I hear that on the service manual and the springs. Take a look at these decks if you talking about a deck belt and find yours. Then look for the spring routing visually.
If you need drive belt info look here:
I would like to know if this was enough info for you so that you were able to re-connect the spring.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2011
Here is a website that might help you...
There are other links for manuals in on this site too if you have not already tried.
Posted on May 29, 2012
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