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|Stephen||Replaced the transaxle in my more today. I had to take 2 transaxles apart to make one work. Much easier job than I thought.
Runs well now with one problem. The mower if very hard to push when it is in nuetral. I'm guessing it may be related to the brakes? I never had this problem before on this mower until I adjusted the brakes on it. Before that I had very little to no brakes.
Is there any secret to adjusting the brakes on this mower? Is this the problem I'm having? I'm lost on what to do to free this mower up in nuetral. It mows fine, but I can't help but feel this might be holding it up.
Thanks in advance for any help anyone could lend.