Question about Husqvarna 23 Hp 48" Deck Yard Tractor
Loosen the belt tension lever on the left side of the deck .... then remove the right side blade pulley black plastic cover to remove the old belt..... the new belt goes on easily.... 15 min. job
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Consult your owner's manual to get the proper part number for the drive belt needed for your particular lawn mower model and purchase it.
Turn your lawn mower on its side or put your riding mower up on blocks so you can get to the underside of your mower's deck.
Clean the underside of your deck. This can most easily be accomplished by carefully scraping the underside of the deck with a long handled flat blade screwdriver. Remove any pieces of drive belt that are still attached to the pulleys that are visible.
Locate the tensioner. This is a pulley that can move when it is loosened. Use your ratchet to loosen the bolt holding the tensioner in place. Allow the tensioner to move closer to the other pulleys.
Check your owner's manual for the proper way to position your drive belt over the pulleys. On most models the drive belt simply goes around the drive pulley, the tensioner and the pulley connected to the blades, but some models are slightly different.
Pull the tensioner tight until there is less than 1/2 inch of play in the drive belt when you push on it between pulleys. Tighten the bolt holding the tensioner in place once the belt is as tight as the owner's manual suggests.
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