Yeah, one of the first things I did. But mine is on the right side.
Thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for!Yeah, one of the first things I did. But mine is on the right side.
BTW, I paid $23 for Carlisle Snow Hog 16 x 6.50 x 8. Prices are volatile and change quite a bit.
https://simpletire.com/carlisle-4.1-4-5170041-tires?stmodel=snow-hog&stcategory=other&sttype=lawn-garden&utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=shopping_feed&utm_content=surfaces_across_google®ion_id=1000109999View attachment 2465094
These wheels are $20 each shipped. Have the right size bore and key. Offset needs adjustment to spacers and you need to supply the key.
8" x 4 1/2" Husqvarna Tractor Rim 3" Hub Keyed Drive Wheel for 16x6.50-8 Tire | eBay
8" x 4 1/2" Husqvarna Tractor Rim 3" Hub Keyed Drive Wheel for 16x6.50-8 Tire
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I'd buy 5 so you can swap in a replacement.
LLigetfa's recommendation to install a "Spinner (suicide knob)" is a great suggestion and will help allot.My son has been mowing and his biggest complaint is the mower is hard to steer, wears him out. Any ideas on how to change that?
Thank you Allergic and Tudor, I had exactly the same problem with dripping from that hydraulic fitting on the front transmission. My wife and daughter notice the trail of drips I left crossing our driveway, otherwise I may not have noticed until the next time I went to mow and found the pool under the mower.Judging by the pics, yes, it's a swivel fitting and the flats are for tightening it into the housing. The small hex outboard of that point is to hold the swivel end while the flare nut is tightened.
Swivels are used extensively in hydraulic systems for ease of assembly.
Hmm, I think Tudor may not have one of these riders, just very helpful. Also looks like he may be in Canada, unless its a city with the same name in the US and Canada, like Vancouver, WA which is only about 300 miles from Vancouver, BC.Murky,
Glad that worked out for you! Thanks so much for the kind gesture. I don't usually get my rider into any situations that are hard on the hydro lines. Tudor was really the expert behind that one, I just turned the wrenches, so I'll defer to him!
Nope, no rider. Just trying to help out.Hmm, I think Tudor may not have one of these riders, just very helpful. Also looks like he may be in Canada, unless its a city with the same name in the US and Canada, like Vancouver, WA which is only about 300 miles from Vancouver, BC.
If somebody else has a use for it, I'm willing to send it for postage.
Sorry I haven't posted here in a few years. Been busy. I've been using my R322T since 2012.Are you sure that it was the broken belt brake causing the belt to break and not a broken belt that caused the belt brake to get broken? (There's a tongue twister)
I ask this because my rider doesn't have the belt brake and it stays in the pulley as long as the belt is in the groove when the spring tensioner handle is put in place.
I am having trouble walking the front belt on the mower (not the deck) onto the pulley at the front of the mower. For clarity, the mower has three belts. My deck has an additional belt. So we’re talking four belts for a mower/deck assembly. The belt in question is the front belt of the mower. 535 41 19-01 BELT. Does anybody have some useful hints for getting this over the front pulley before I’m tempted to help it with a BFS (screwdriver)? Thanks!
By the way I’m at 90 uneventful (which is good) hours except for the middle belt on the mower. I’m on 4 or maybe 5. I attribute this (perhaps I’m wrong) to mowing at normal speed through swales and other elevation changes. I speculate that it causes the mower brake to engage and create heat/friction. I don’t think the front deck likes the deflection. How could it? Thanks!
I've never done that on my Rider 155AWD or my 322T. Is that in the user manual? I don't remember reading that, and thought I'd read the manual. I know you're supposed to lower throttle to midway before engaging deck. I rarely do that either.Are you remembering to lower the cut height adjustment handle all the way down before you lift the mower deck? May be a silly question, but I've forgotten to do that once or twice.