I have a Craftsman 536.270270 and it seems to have no power to accelerate. If there’s any incline or I’m on the grass even it slows to a crawl. Blades and gears seem to be fine and starts with no issues. Just no drive speed even on the driveway. Any ideas? Original owner said it might be the transaxle or belt. Going to take a look at those first.
Hi, I'm one of the moderators here. You posted two threads about this problem and I tried to merge them into one. Unfortunately, I lost one of them and don't think the merge went off as I intended. I apologize for that. In the future try not to post duplicate threads in different forums, as that's one of the rules here.
Still working on my pro series 7400 with no reverse. I replaced the linkage rod from pedal to the transaxle and it is worse now than before. I've already replaced the belt. I am at a lose. Mr Fish your knowledge was helpful before so I need to see what else is in your brain
I have a gravely 260z promaster. Just replaced hub and brake pads came out when I took caliper off . Can’t seem to find any film or instructions on how the pads go back. Trying to figute it out is driving me nuts
Have a Honda HR215-HE, MZAM-6244755. Mid 90s model. I don't see the "-HE" model anywhere on the net. It has a hydrostatic transmission and I'm trying to bleed the air. There is a post on this forum that gives the bleeding procedure for this range of MZAM #. But it refers to "HX" models. Is the "X" meant to be just a place holder, such that "-HE" is also included for this bleeding procedure?
Owner of a Hustler Hog. Model #: 926006 with 705.4 hours.
Like everybody knows this is one "Bad A&& Mower" Mine has the bush hog deck on it but you would think it has a grooming deck on it.
Only things I have replaced other than usual maintenance items like belts and engine fluids are the key switch and starter solenoid..
The hog lives up to its name. Would like a mower deck belt diagram ..