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Hey John..my name is Keith..and you can go to an online lawn mower parts site..and they will have a pic of the deck and they way the belt is routed...one of the sites is www.outdoordistributers.com ...i hope this will help
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
These are generally held on with just one large nut, I recommend you use a impact wrench otherwise it mau prove difficult ( you wont be able to hold the spindle tight enough) and certainly you will need a impact wrench to reassemble the spindle
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
if both belts are present are they both moving? Could be tensioner froze up and it is not applying tension. mine had and i had to remove and free it up.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
SOURCE: ariens ezr 1742 will not move
There is one common problen that causes this. Infront of the rear wheels there are two housings for the indepentent hydrostatic transmissions. There is one gold colored shaft with a ninety degree angle on it sticking out from EACH of the housings on the top front. Again these are on both sides and they each need to be pushed downward so that the rods can then be pushed backward into the transmissions to inguage them so both of the wheels are powered. Give this a try.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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