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Snapper Rear Engine Rider Bogs Down

I have an 80s era snapper rear engine rider that bogs down terribly when going through any moderately thick grass. It used to work just fine. I was just wondering what might cause this problem. The engine seems to be working fine and the mower moves as I would expect.

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This does sounds like your safety switch is bad. But you do need to make sure that your clutch it engaging properly also the adjustment could have been changed by vibration also

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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