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|BL||I am replacing the belt for the mower, I removed the bolt from the idler pulley but the pulley will not come off? Any idea on how to get this pulley off? Thanks.
|bontai Joe||I don't think you need to remove the idler pulley, just push it against the spring to allow the belt to slip on to it. When you release the spring, it will tension the belt and you should be good to go.
|BL||There is a guide/guard next to the pulley, so I need to remove the pulley. It seems to be stuck?
|Tomas||I had the same problem. Don't bother spending any time on it. Replace the idler pulley. It cost about $12 and it comes with a new bearing. Wasn't worth the couple of hours I spent trying to remove the belt.