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I have a LX466 Lawn Tractor made by Toro and I put on new Belts on the mower deck and now I don't know how to atach the two small springs back on it. Can you send me a picture as to how to replace them?

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well I have a Lx 500 and the problem is that the bearings on the pulley shafts are wore out, makin the pulleys hard to turn or dragging heating up your belt. It heats up from the friction of the pulleys not free spinning like they should. next time you have the belt off check out the pulleys and see if they spin freely that will be the tale tell sign.

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  1. Remove the battery and battery compartment from under the seat. You can now see the cooling fan blade under the seat. The belt runs from the pulley directly under the fan to the front of the tractor.

  2. Lower the mower deck to its lowest position. Remove the deck hanger rod from the slots in the front of the mower deck.

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  6. Slide the pulley down the shaft until you can work the belt off. If the belt is too tight, then remove the spring from the idler pulley under the tractor. It's hooked on a bolt near the side of the tractor. You can remove it by grabbing the end of the spring with a pair of needle-nose vise-grips and slipping the end off the bolt. Then remove the old belt from the tractor.

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  8. Work the belt over the engine pulley and slide it back on the shaft. Tighten the bolt on the engine pulley hand tight. Then check the belt to make sure it hasn't slipped out of the groove on the cooling fan pulley.

  9. Clamp the engine pulley with the channel lock pliers and tighten the bolt.

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