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Vibration my mower has exessive vibration. we replaced the drive belt but not sure right size. it seems like the vibration is really bad around the clutch. if you put a little pressure on the clutch pedal the vibrating is not so bad. do you have any suggestions?

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  • Keith Parker May 11, 2010

    Hi..my name is Keith..and im assuming that the bad vibration is when the blades are engaged and you are mowing..right??

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I have the same mower. It had excessive vibration from the day I got it. It would also throw the belt off every time I disengaged the blades. The problem is with the electric clutch. It finally broke and I had to take it to a repair shop. They said they had seen this problem a lot on these mowers. They were able to weld the clutch and fix it but wouldn't guarantee it. It's been working fine now for two seasons with no vibration.

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This kind of problem can cause major damage if not addressed quickly. It can also be dangerous to the operator if it is caused by a damaged flywheel, so be careful.

Some things to look at are:

Damaged flywheel (missing or broken fins or blades)

Damaged or warped pulley or sprocket attached to flywheel.

Loose engine mounting bolts.

These are the areas that I would start looking at. I hope this helps you and good luck.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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