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You need a firm flat level surface such as a driveway or even a sheet of plywood.
Reach in under the tractor in front of the right rear wheel and locate the long rod that actuates the brakes.
At the end of this rod, there is a flat arm that goes down to the transaxle with a round disc about 3 inches in diameter behind it.
Near the bottom of the flat arm, you will see a nut in the center. Using a 1/2 inch wrench, with the engine off and the transaxle in neutral, begin turning the nut in and rolling the tractor back and forth at the same time just until you can no longer move the tractor. As soon as you reach that point, reverse direction and loosen the nut 1/2 turn.
You only need to move the tractor back and forth about 12 inches so if you are worried about it getting away from you, line up a 2x4 block in front and back of the opposite rear wheel
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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