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Poulan Pro 26 hp lawn tractor update

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09-26-2018 08:42:11

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Hi, some weeks ago I was complaining I couldn't get a fan for my transaxle. Someone said to try amazon. I ordered it sent to a border town near me, it came in 3 days with free shipping! I just went and picked it up. Thank you fellas! Ed Will OliverBC

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09-26-2018 16:56:02

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 Re: Poulan Pro 26 hp lawn tractor update in reply to ed will, 09-26-2018 08:42:11  
Just be careful getting the fender assembly off. Take the seat off first. Unhooks the safety stuff and lowers the weight. Those seats are heavy. Get a helper is even nicer. If yours has the big gas tank under the seat take pictures with your smart phone of all the brackets and stuff. Also be careful with that hose under the gas tank. Best thing to do is unhook the gas hose at the carb and drain the tank!!!! Make life simple where ever you can. When you are ready to put the fan on, give the shaft a little buzz with a wirewheel in a Dremel to9l or such. Everything will go 9n so easy. Make sure a little snap ring isn't missing. You can go to their website and down load a whole PDF file on your machine. Look under the seat. Usually there is a sticker. You Will need all of those numbers for the correct manual.

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