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Lawn-Boy model 10682 mower

Posted by stonemesa none (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 20, 13 at 17:32

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I'm looking for help replacing the drive belt. I've searched and found a few tidbits on how it's done but I still need some help.
I can figure out how to remove the belt on the pulley below the blade but the part of the belt that goes around the pulley on the rear (transmission) has me baffled. There is a guide of some type above that rear pulley and I don't think I can get the belt between that and the pulley. What bolts to I need to remove to get the belt on the rear tranny pulley? I guess Toro/Lawnboy no longer makes service manuals for their mowers anymore because I couldn't find one to purchase either.

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RE: Lawn-Boy model 10682 mower

The Toros like this you do have to remove the rear guide, so I assume you will. If any of the 3 retaining screws are loose- set them with adhesive on reassembly. I think that i had to drop the axle down on the transmission side to get room to work.

RE: Lawn-Boy model 10682 mower

how do I remove the rear guide? To drop the axle, do I have to remove the cover on the transmission? I'm still trying to figure out how to get at the guide on top of the transmission.

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