How to Change the Mower Belt on 54 Inch John Deere Riding Mower


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Mowers become bound and the blades stop spinning for a number of reasons. Two main causes are buildup of debris and worn or damaged belts. Damaged and bent blades may also cause mowers to stop functioning properly. Checking your John Deere 54-inch riding mower’s belts on a regular basis will prevent the blades from stopping working and other damage to your mower. Replace worn and damaged belts immediately.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Bricks
Ratchet and socket set
Pliers
Screwdriver
New belt

Park the mower on a smooth level surface such as in a garage. Disengage the blades and engage the parking brake. Turn the mower off a


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