Question about Mtd Yard - Man 160cc, 21" Self - Propelled Lawn Mower
My belt the moves my blades to the riding lawn mower has broken. I would like to repair it myself. How do I do this?
Basically, it is not a big job.
First thing to do is take the key out of the ignition Switch.
Secondly, Lower the deck to it's lowest position. Look for a belt that runs from the motor pulley to the deck. Now have someone move the lever that engages the blades.
A set of pullets should move when the lever is moved.
You need to get these pulleys unhooked from the cable or lever or both. Now you should be able to remove the worn belt.
Installation is the reverse of this. With the belt removed you should check the pulleys for wear on the bearings, especially the ones that the blades mount to.
You can also go to You Tube and search for lawnmower belt remove. There are about 1,000 or so there.
Posted on Jul 03, 2013
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