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Old 10-23-2006, 11:53 PM
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Isn't there some sort of adjustment on that? It seems like the green pin should come back and up a bit (right toward the camera) so it would be closer to the 11-12 o'clock position on the pulley. It could be just a tad bit closer to the pulley that way, also...giving it a tighter tolerance for the belt.
If it doesn't adjust, you could simply re-drill them to fit closer.
Another option would be to put a sleeve on there that would slip firmly over the pin. A piece if brass or something like that.

Im sitting here trying to understand this and I am completely lost. What green pin on what pully?
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Old 10-24-2006, 01:08 AM
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LOL! Sorry! I was refering to the green colored peg (on top) that is sticking out that acts as a belt guide as the belt rides under. The one right in the foreground in picture 2. As I look at it, is that all one piece for your drive control - when you let out the handles?
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:21 AM
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Mine comes off if grass is built up under that green pivot or the bolts when I back it off the trailer. It's a real beeach to get back on too.
Tire psi may be a factor under normal circumstances like what was posted.
Also, when you get the plate make sure everything is lined up good.
Those plates take abuse from bumping into stuff on turns and such.
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Old 10-24-2006, 04:42 PM
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The belt kept coming off the motor pulley on my Walker. I got some old used belt material from a digging machine( 1/2" thick and 12" wide) and cut a piece to mount along side the pulley....never came off again. The belt material won't tear up your drive belt and with a little engineering ro make a bracket it could replace that cover you lost.
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