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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First, make sure you have the model number and serial number (located under the seat) and then go to www.cubcadet.com to get a belt diagram so you know which way the belt snakes through the pulleys.
You will have to remove the two pulley covers on either side of the deck.
Fit the belt around the right side of the deck pulleys when you are on the left. There is an arm attached to the springed pulley on the left side. It will have a hole the size of a 3/8" driver/ratchet. Set the ratchet on unscrew (to the left) and push the arm in toward the center of the mower. You will see the pulley moving too, creating enough slack to slip the belt over the edge of the rim of the pulley with a little elbow grease. If it is too tight, get someone to push in with the ratchet while you slip it on. Once again, you are the grass cutter king!
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Under each blade is one single nut holding each blade on. It is not left-hand thread and there is nothing special about it.
Standard thread - Standard hardware - Standard tools. (If memory serves, you need a 15/16" socket to remove these.)
There is no need to index or time the blades. They cannot hit together unless something is bent or damaged on your mower deck.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Dec 09, 2010
Hello, W/D here.
Without a particular model number, I'll have to be somewhat generic, so forgive me in advance.
The fact that the mower will run and the blades will engage is good news; it eliminates about half of the things that would need to be checked.
Look for a lever at the (usually) back of the tractor, on the back plate, down low. Sometimes called a range selector or a disengagement lever. Normally, the position of this rod is "IN". If it has pulled towards the "OUT" position, the transmission is disengaged. Usually this rod is pulled out when you want to push the mower, and I expect you're tired of that by now! Chech and see if this is the issue, and post back if not.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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