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The best guide you can have is to have the new part in your hand and it will become self explanatory. The one problem I can see you having, is getting the old pulley off. Many times these are on a tapered spindle. So when they tightened them down they are REALLY hard to get off without a gear puller ( You can get one from Harbor Freight Stores for about $15).(draw a diagram of how the belt goes) find the idler pulley and release the tension to the belt, remove the belt. Loosen the bolt on the top of the spindle.(You'll need to place a block of wood under the deck to stop the blade from spinning) apply pressure with the gear puller, remove the pulley, remove the rest of the bolts that hold the spindle in place, drop the spindle through the deck, replace with the new spindle, replace the pulley, replace the belt and start mowing. Next step, look in the mirror and remind yourself that you are the COOLEST person on the planet.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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