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How to route the clutch cable on a 21 hp/46 cut craftsman mower, model 917.28724

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  • majmo34 Sep 17, 2010

    i have the manual you sent......i am unable to tell how to route the cables since i cannot find how the cable is routed from the carriage to the clutch handle

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This web site below has an illustration of the routing of the cable which will help you out
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http://ubermanuals.com/product/craftsman-91728724-13295

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

  • frank thomas wilson
    frank thomas wilson Sep 18, 2010

    Sorry about that since the manual usually shows that part

    That is all the information I was able to obtain for you

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