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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is a safety feature. You can disconnect it if you want. Where ever you place the tractor in reverse there will be a switch . Try disconnecting the switch an use a piece of wire to act as a jumper. You will put the piece of wire with insulation on it so it doesn't short out into the ends of the wire harness that is comming to the switch. Once the jumper is installed try starting the tractor and engage the blades and put in reverse. If it does not shut off and runs alright then you can cut the end off of the wire and using a wire connector join the two wires and wrap with electrical tape. YOU HAVE TO BE VERY CAREFUL AFTER YOU DO THIS BECAUSE THE BLADES WON'T SHUT OFF WHEN IN REVERSE!!!
Let me know if this helps.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
If a blade, when viewed from above, rotates clockwise, it will have right-handed threads. This is because the shaft is turning to the right, and the resistance imparted on the blade will tend to tighten a right-handed fastener. If a blade rotates counter-clockwise it will have a left-handed fastener. I don't know this mower, but this is a universal thing.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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