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I have a 46 inch husky and it started sliping when you drive it so i put 2 new drive belt on it and it still slips i check the rearend and it is fine and the motor runs like a top what is the problem did you know

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    panilling9 May 11, 2010

    just a question

    did you have the rear wheels off?

    if you did or didnt be sure your key stock is present at the rear wheels(both)



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There are metal keys that hold the tire and axle intacked to move together look at wheels & axle & key your problem is possably there

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