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Old 04-14-2010, 10:07 PM
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Originally Posted by DT Lawn Care View Post
Haha, no. Trust me, it's easier to do this than remove the engine from the mower and then remove the clutch from the engine. When adjusting, tighten each bolt a TINY bit at a time, keeping the gap pretty much the same all the way around all the time.
Are you sure I have to remove the engine?

Check out this link

Check page 10 (shown as page 8 on the actual manual)-Engine Deck

The clutch seems to be item 21, and held on only by 1 bolt (item 32)

It doesn't appear that I need to remove the engine, but maybe I don't understand something, am I right?
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