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X324 Powerflow - Belt rubbing / destroyed
I have a one season old X324 w/ the 48" deck w/ rotable wheels. Since the day I bought it the belt to the powerflow unit has rubbed on the steel of the mowing deck. Yesterday the belt failed.
|Frank||I contacted the local dealer where I purchased the mower and they were very apologetic. They were aware of the problem, but were surprised that the belt actually broke.
They hustled out to my house and made the repair. They ended up grinding the part down so that the belt had clearance. It seems they were also able to move the powerflow unit forward a bit and that also added some clearance.
I used the mower for the remainder of the season without any problems.
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