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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem you discribe is the classic broken blade spindle or quill. The tube that supports the bearings between the deck pulleys and the blades is almost certainly broken. Look under the deck [mower OFF] at the piece right above the blade that is malfunctioning and you will probably find a bad bearing or a chunk of the tube that holds the bearing/blade to be missing. That happens when the blade gets 'wacked'. The outer edge is cutting too high because the belt is pulling the shaft toward the center of the deck. The quills are fairly easy to replace. Get the model number off your tractor before you go to buy the part.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
Way too low!!
Your cap should be up in the 200mFd range.
CLICK HERE for a calculator - since it in unclear whether you are using a component set as in the selected item - or a single speaker.
put your impendence in of the woofer, and the crossover frequency you are wanting to achieve.
Then use the first or second order cap. value.
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Posted on May 29, 2009
I would suggest going to Milwaukeetool.com and typing in your model number and pulling up a wiring schematic for this tool. If your switch and field are not as shown on this breakdown (its a good one) I would either take it to a repair center or change what is wrong one wire at a time. They also have a toll free number and would be more than willing to help with your problem. Let me know and have a good day. P.S. I would not run the blade backwards though.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: I have the Kenwood Major
You can get the blade from below webiste
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
if you take the pulley off, then the bolts that hold it to the deck it will drop through the deck, then may with a vice and a pipe wrench the you may be able to get off or replace the spindle. Hope this helps Tim
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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