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I have cub cadet model LT 1024 Trying to change the Drive belt,I have removed the old belt and the bottom bolt but can't get PTO off to install new belt

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    Robert Hatchell Sep 29, 2009

    Can not get the PTO to come off I tryed spraying Blaster & WD 40 and lighty tapping on PTo with

    a brass hammer with no luck.

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I thinging that this information can help you: Doc=770-5238c.pdf (page 20).

Just I add an Serial 13 and find several references guides; with the real Serial Number you can find more details here: Cub Cadet Online Manuals

I hope help you with this. Good luck.

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Have a look here
http://www.partstree.com/parts/?lc=Cub+Cadet&mn=LT1024+Tractor

good diagrams of the parts including the PTO

and the owners manual for that mower is here
http://www.cubcadet.info/Manuels/2004/Tracteurs/LT-1024-Owner.pdf

there is good information on changing the belt as well as tips.

robert

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