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No you don't, it's easy. Pull all the cotter pins out of the deck mounting brackets until the deck is laying on the ground and slide the deck out to the side. Make sure the parking brake is engaged so you have enough slack for the belt and start in back and work your way forward. You should see a little picture there somewhere on the mower of how to thread the belts through the tension pulleys. Then, put the deck back on.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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