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Old 01-01-2013, 02:42 PM
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Yes make belts are solid and not fraying. Engage and disengage blades when engine off to visually see that belt tensions properly. Make sure spindles do not have play by trying to wiggle them. Then drive it and cut alittle grass make sure everything cuts properly and put it in every gear to make sure transmission works. It should feel solid. Also if it has reverse it does not work like a hydro all it does is assist you and you have to pull on it. Then check engine which should be simiar to hydros you have used before. Good luck don't be afraid to walk away from mowet if something does not seem right and if you are unsure you may want to toss your dealer 20 bucks and have them look at it.
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