Question about Troy Bilt 175HP Manual 42" Riding Mower
Well i would take a long look at the spring which holds the tension pulley in place. if it is weak, or not connected correctly, there will be inadequate tension and the belt can come off. I would also take a look at whatever fasteners keep the deck in place as if it is not kept to the rear, there again will be too much play in the deck belt.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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