Question about Husqvarna 24HP 54" Yard Tractor ()
When was the last time you took a look at the cutter blades,,or serviced the cutter deck? if the cutting blades are blunt or rounded off it will stall the engine stress the belts and the clutch,,,also if the mower has been standing un ran all winter it may have "rust" on the engine valves,,running the engine unloaded for a time may knock this off but under load the compreshion is pushed up into the inlet and pops back through the carb,,,try putting into the fule a little "two stroke oil" only 5cc a gall no more! this will lube the velves and carb,,,but sharpen them cutter blades up first,,,or its like trying to eat a half cooked stake with a blunt knife and no teeth? that reminds me? were have my teeth gone?
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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