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Changing a drive belt for a craftsman re2000 lawn

Can not replace the belt i pulled off the rear axel and still having problems it is for the drive belt

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  • Chuck
    Chuck May 11, 2010

    WHAT IS THE CRAFTSMAN MODEL NUMBER?????? >>>> 9 1 7 . ?????? <<<<<

  • S Harlan
    S Harlan May 11, 2010

    need model and ser number and make

  • Chuck
    Chuck May 11, 2010

    WHAT KIND OF TRACTOR??? WHAT MODEL NUMBER???? WHAT SERIAL NUMBER???????

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SOURCE: How do I replace the Drive Belt on a Craftsman

You need to get underneath the mower.Look in the front on the bottom of the engine.You will see the engine pulley.On the side of the pulley you will see a bracket that keeps the belt from falling off the pulley.It is help on by two bolts.Take the bracket off.Now you will be able to take the belt off.
Reinstall the new belt and replace the bracket.

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SOURCE: Roper 16 hp Lawn Tractor: belt replacement

you need to remove the mower deck there you will see the pullys.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 13.5 hp Craftsman lawn mower 5-speed

Here is a picture to help you place it on right. There are two deck designs pick yours.
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