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Re: John Deere 210

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Posted by willie in mn on August 23, 2012 at 18:36:52 from (

In Reply to: Re: John Deere 210 posted by Sammy in Kansas on August 23, 2012 at 15:22:56:

Oops, misunderstood the problem. I took it that the deck was up & wouldn't go down.
Couple things to look for-
poking thru the cover over the secondary belt should be 2 angle iron stubs, approx 1 1/2x1 1/2, poking up about 2 in., directly below the frame rails. one on right side should be just forward of the pulley for main belt.
under the tractor, about in line with your heels when using foot rests, should be 2 short arms, approx 6 in long. these would be inside the frame rails, with a mushroom shaped stud on end toward rear of tractor. these arms rise when you pull the lever back, but won't drop when you push the lever forward. With the lever forward, & adjuster knob turned left as much as possible, you should be able to pull them down by hand, might be a bit stiff.
there are 2 links that connect the arms to the angles on top the deck. one end is flat iron, 1/8x 1 1/4 or so with a keyhole slot. other end is about 3/8 round, bent at 90 deg & a hole drilled thru. keyhole end goes on the mushroom stud on arm, round end goes thru angles on deck. the link on right side has to be unhooked to get the main belt into position, the belt runs on both sides of it.
Hope this helps a bit. Otherwise will try to scan my books tomorrow.


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