Question about Husqvarna 23 Hp 48" Deck Yard Tractor
I am trying to remove the engine pulley from my Husqavarna YTH2148. I tried using a puller with no success. I am grinding the pulley shaft down to the keyway to try to get it to let go. Is it normal for these pulleys to be that tough to get off? Any suggestions?
The reason I am trying to remove the engine pulley is because it isn't lined up with the idler pulley under the tractor and the belt is rubbing itself in two.
I bought the tractor used and they said that they installed a new electric clutch. So I thought that maybe they installed the pulley upside down.
Now, I'm not sure. I bought a new engine pulley but one end looks like it is made for a 1.25" shaft and the other end is for the 1" shaft that's on the engine.
Do you know if there is an adapter piece that fits between the engine pulley and the electric clutch?
Thank you so much for you help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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