Question about Mustang Rzt 50" Zero Turn Riding Lawn Mower
Troy Built Mustang RZT50 - fells like the left drive motr is draging when going forward. With the tractor moving forward the right side moves faster and there seems to be a rough sound from the left side. If I let the tractor set a while to tractor will operate ok for a while. Both drive motors are very hot during operation. What could be causing this, I have only mowed 1 1/2 seasons with the mower?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked your air filter..it sounds like it could be dirty and needs replacing..if this dont help..just comment back and i will get it..and i will help you further..Keith
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
There is a thru bolt, and inside and outside bushing, and center sleeve. Remove those to remove the wheel. Obviously support the frame on a jack. Most tires can be removed using a slight soapy solution and 2 smooth screwdrivers. Replacement, use a soapy solution around the bead, and using only hand pressure put the tire back on. Use a cinch strap around the center of the tire to help keep the tire beads against the rim and air it back up.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
Look under the mower deck. If you can't see well and work on it, you may have to remove the mower deck and flip it over on the ground. Grass and mud buildup in the decj could cause a blade to pinch grass, 'scalping' the lawn. Clean it all out. Dull blades cause cut grass to look torn and brown. Remove and sharpen. Bent blade will cause uneven cut. Replace it. Good luck! Please rate if you found this helpful, thanks!
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
There are safety interlocks on zero turn mowers. These prevent starting unless you have:
1. the handles in 'neutral' position
2. the brake on
3. the mower engagement (PTO) switch off
4. yourself in the seat.
Chances are one of these conditions hasn't been met. Since you were reversing when it happened, perhaps you haven't got the handles back to neutral position?
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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