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How to change a drive belt on a troy bilt bronco 18hsp.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to this website, upper right hand corner and do a parts look up.
Search for your model and that good stuff they ask of you and then
choose mower housing should be there, browse the site it's really cool
and has a lot of info.
I did a sample search for generic riding mower deck and found great diagram of belt routing. Give it a try you will find same results Good Luck! Don't forget the thumbs!
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
I believe their is a plate between the seat and steering wheel. Unscrew the plate and you will see drive pullies, push in and lock brake, this should supply enough slack for you to reach under the seat remove old belt and install new. It is a real pain.If brake can not be locked you need someone to press it while you do the work. Removing the deck will really not help because you will not be able to reach transmission pulley under seat.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
While mowing the yard, the mower went dead. I tried to recrank it and it won't crank. The gas pedal goes straight to the floor and doesn't work to crank the mower. I do not know anything about mowers and don't know where the problem could be. Can someone help?
Posted on Jul 24, 2012
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