Jump to content

Unofficial Home of Old Simplicity & Allis-Chalmers Garden Tractors

Sign in to follow this  
casey

mowwer will not quit turning when disengaged

Recommended Posts

casey
mower will keep turning when i disengage it on my big ten. Ive got a 1/2 x 34 on pto and 1/2 x 46 on cross drive belt.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Charlieson
your belts are to short. always use simplicity belts.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
UCD
BIG-10 Drive Belt# 154273 Length 42.3" Type HL Units with Low Speed Pulley use Belt# 174486 Length 48.9" Type HB Generator Belt# 1607323 Length 37.5" Type 3/8 P.T.O. Belt# 164146 Length 34.1" Type HA Power Lift Belt# 157230 Length 22" Type 3/8 Attachments 990207 32" Rotary Mower Cross Drive Belt# 108248 Length 48.1" Type HA Arbor Drive Belt# 156120 Length 63.1" Type HA Blade# 108297 Qty 3 990285 42" Rotary Mower Cross Drive Belt# 174911 Length 44.1" Type HA Arbor Drive Belt# 1719819 Length 82.1" Type HA Blade# 1656144 Qty 3 990345 36" Snowthrower Drive Belt# 106689 Length 55.5" Type HA Drive Belt# 1721533 Length 56.1" Type HA 990174 32" Tiller Drive 154273 Length 42.3" Type HL Trans. Drive Belt# 152017 Length 44.9" Type HB Drive Belt# 105122 Length 55.9" Type HB 990328 Vacuum Collector Drive Belt# 1703836 Length 91.1" Type HA 990346 46" Sickle Bar Drive Belt# 156120 Length 63.1" Type HA

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
MPH
Another cause may be missing belt guide. There should be a small 'bout 1/4inch' rod towards the rear of the tractor, behind the belt and one on the bottom of the pulley to keep the belt inplace so it will be lose in the pulleies. Bet you can't mow with it disengauged...MPH

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Bunky
Yes you definatly need the Belt guides I had a similar problem on my B112 the guide was gone and it wouldn't disengage right either....

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  

×