Question about Craftsman 21 hp 42 in. Deck Yard Tractor - CA Model
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Craftsman Transmission problem
Some of these tractors have a friction wheel that is driven off of a flat wheel on the bottom of the engine drive shaft. The rubber ring on this friction wheel could be worn out, or it could be out of adjustment.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: My 28" Snapper Rear Engine Rider does not seem to want to move forward in 3rd gear or less unless I push it with one foot while mowing. When I put it in 5th gear it moves forward slowly,but then seems
change rubber clutch on rearend
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
if your going to do this get a book its not going to be easy.so you need a book i say take to shop.let me know
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
It sounds like the oil in transaxle is degraded.The transaxle is supposed to be a sealed unit requiring no service but over time the oil will get dirty enough to cause problems like you are describing.Remove the back hitch plate and look at the transaxle it will have a rubber vent hose or a 1/4 alllen wrench fitting on top. You will need to purchase a battery suction bulb from sears automotive and use it to remove as much oil from transaxle as possible. Warm the transaxle up first by running it around,then suction the oil out.Refill with a good synthetic motor oil 15w-50 or 20w-50 like Amsoil or Mobil 1.Do not use transmission fluid or hydraulic fluid. When adding the new oil back fill it to within 1.5 in from the top,be sure to allow this amount of air space in top of transaxle for expansion.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
Under the mower below the seat of the rider, at the rear of the tractor, look up and you will find the transmission there. There is a belt that runs on the pulley under there, and this belt can slip off when it gets worn or stretched. Sort of a tough spot to get to but, that is most probably cause.
Let me know,
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
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