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The main pulley below the motor is split and needs re4placing. I have removed the main bolt but now how do we get the pulley off. I cant stop get the next bolt undun. Do i need to remove the deck?? Thanks Regards **** from West Australia

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I would recommend that you remove the deck, when you do you will have an adquate amount of work space. You may want a pully puller to assist in getting the pully off.

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