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Snapper Rear Engine Rider

Posted by klb1642 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 8, 13 at 10:01

Hi I have a 2007 rear engine rider. I was having some problems going up hills. Last night I replaced the drive disc. When I took the old one off it did not have a liner. The new one I bought did. I first put the new one on without the liner. The mower wouldn't move. So then I put the liner in. This worked but now it seems to be making not normal noises and will bascially snap my neck when letting out the clutch. Can anyone help me. Thanks

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RE: Snapper Rear Engine Rider

I might suggest to dowload the manual if you don't have it and set the disc and brake adjustments.

RE: Snapper Rear Engine Rider

Thanks for the help. I had the wrong drive disc. The one I needed had the liner already installed.

RE: Snapper Rear Engine Rider deck belt replace

I Need help to replace the deck belt and the friction drive rubber ring? where to buy the rubber ring for the drive?
it has cracks, worn out. I there any good technique to do?
My RER Snapper is a 33 Hivac model, also the deck is so low how do i raise the deck for a higher cut? held by 2 cables. My grass is high now any ideas is very much appreciated.
Thank you

RE: Snapper Rear Engine Rider

deck height adj info s/b in yer manual. If you don't have such, chk the link.

for drive disc, just do a google search for snapper parts - should get a bunch of websites to peruse....

Here is a link that might be useful: manual

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