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How do you replace a wheel drive cable for a brute push mower

Connecting end cable to wheel drive where

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I have a self propelled lawn mower and the the belt that propells the wheels is loose, do I need to replace it or is there a way to tighten the tension.

Cathy, there is a way to adjust belt tension on some models whether it is by the cable or a slotted bracket where the idler wheel is mounted, depends on make and model. If you have your manual check in it for belt adjustment. Could be stretched belt, stretched cable, worn/oil on pulley, seized tensioner, stretched/broken spring on tensioner,etc.
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Is there a way to tighten the tension on a drive cable on a rear wheel drive Brute lawn mower

Has cable come off its tightener or something has come undone.
Is there a tightener that needs adjusting.?

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Why drive lever pushed down does not engage the front wheels of my yard machine lawn mower ?

if everything else is working fine then it has to be your drive cable or the drive motor itself. First check to see if it feels as though the cable is actually moving, slid the lever back and forth, if there is no resistance then the cable has become unattached at the lever. Next is to see if the cable is attached at the other end. you will need to follow the cable and remove the cover that to see if the cable is attached to the drive. Also, is your drive belt good? loose?

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Why isn't Lawnboy lawn mower model NO. 10604 drive not working

Inspect the pulley where the belt loops on the wheel transmission. There is a tension spring, that when you pull the level, it puts tension on the belt. If that spring is missing or the pulley does not provide tension the wheels will not turn because the transmission is not being engaed..

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Briggs & stratton 22" brute front wheel drive cable has came loose and i dont know where its suppose to attatch

most of the front drives have a pulley . beside the pulley is a plastic arm your cable will connect to it .. like i said most models .

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Toro rear drive personal pace, hard to pull backwards

Check drive cable for proper routing and kinking. Replace cable if bad. Check end of cable where connected to drive assembly ensure area is cleaned out of obstructions. If cable has stretched over time replacement is required.

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How can I refit the drive belt from blade shaft to driving wheel gearbox on a Hayter R48 recycling mower?

I did it with a large screwdriver. Pressing the band with the flat end of the screwdriver pushed the drive band back under the drive wheel behind the gear mechanism at the rear of the mower.

When it was back under, manually rotating the blade made the band run free over the drive wheel

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Can't push my self propelled lawn mower!

Remove the drive wheels and have a look at the gear teeth in them. If even slightly worn, they need replacing. If you run the mower with the wheels off, that end elevated with a block, see if the axle turns when you engage the drive. If it does, your transmission is fine. Wheels are a lot easier to change than a tranny.

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