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I HAVE A TORO WHEEL HORSE MODEL 71223, I PUT A NEW DRIVE BELT ON, WHEN I PUSH THE CLUCTH IN THE MOWER WILL KEEP GOING WHILE IT IS STILL IN GEAR, I HAVE RECHECK EVERYTHING I DID, THE BELT IS STILL LITTLE TIGHT IN NEUTRAL, BUT DOESN'T MOVE

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The belt or linkage is mal-adjusted or the belt is sticky and will not slip when the clutch pedal is depressed

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For removing/replacing the deck belt, the general method is:
  1. turn off engine, remove key and set parking brake
  2. disengage blade by putting blade engage lever into off (disengaged) position
  3. lower the cutting deck to the lowest position (closest to the ground)
  4. relieve the belt tension (depending on the model, use a 3/8 inch ratchet set to tighten in the square hole of the idler bracket)
  5. remove and replace the belt
NOTE: it's not necessary to completely remove the cutting deck.

Useful diagrams for removing the cutting deck, http://216.213.143.2/ProAuthor/ManProc.cfm?ManualID=425&ProcID=14794

For deck belt diagrams, http://216.213.143.2/ProAuthor/ManProc.cfm?ManualID=425&ProcID=14796

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I hate to tell you this,but not much you can do. I had a toro wheel horse 12.5 hp the drive belt would slip,made it a little better by putting on new belt w/belt dressing,but would still do it especially under load or up hill,or starting in higher gear. Unfortanately,it was one of toros downfalls on a lot of models,and FYI if you think altering the tension pulley to hold the belt back more will solve it,your wrong,all that will do is make you lose use of your clutch.

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