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Belt pulley VAC

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Dick at West Point

02-24-2011 16:46:55




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How does the belt pulley shaft engage on my 49 VAC wide front there is no lever to throw it in, and it doesn't run when the PTO is in gear ,sure is strange to me. My 32 CC has it's own lever. thanks Dick




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Harold Evans

02-24-2011 18:17:52




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 Re: Belt pulley VAC in reply to Dick at West Point, 02-24-2011 16:46:55  
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Scott is exactly correct. I've uploaded a graphic of the mechanism he described. After loosening the bolt, just push the pulley in and retighten the bolt. The next time you let your clutch out, the pulley will turn -- assuming the gears inside your tractor are OK.

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Dick at West Point

02-25-2011 18:31:49




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 Re: Belt pulley VAC in reply to Harold Evans, 02-24-2011 18:17:52  
Thanks guys, I had a feeling that would be the answer.This Discussion Board is the greatest, with a great group of old tractor garu's. Thanks again, Dick



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Scott Ogborn

02-24-2011 17:09:53




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 Re: Belt pulley VAC in reply to Dick at West Point, 02-24-2011 16:46:55  
There should be a bolt with a square head on the top of housing. Loosen bolt then either pull pulley out or push it in,I can not remember which. Then tighten bolt and start tractor and it should run.Pulley should slide about an inch. Good luck Scott



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j hetkemper

02-25-2011 18:35:36




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 Re: Belt pulley VAC in reply to Scott Ogborn, 02-24-2011 17:09:53  
I NEVER KNEW THAT ! ,, Well ya learn sumthin evry Day ,,



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