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All you need to jump around it is one lead from a pair of jumper cables.
Red or black, doesn't matter as long as it's the same one. LOL
You could also try straight from the negative battery post to the starter lug.
(assuming original positive ground setup)
That will probably arc and can damage the threads.
I wouldn't hook it to the battery last, as the spark could blow the battery.
If it doesn't turn when you jumper, the starter may be bad or it
may just be stuck in the flywheel. You can try putting it in high
gear and rocking the tractor to pop it loose or take the two starter
bolts loose and pull the starter part way out to see.
If you take it all the way out, clean the shaft really well and leave
it bare and dry. No lube on it. Matting surfaces on the flywheel
and bellhousing should be clean and bare too.
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