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lt155 drive belt
|dgc||own a 2000 lt155 and have had no problems until today. seems trans cooling fan is getting into drive belt and flipping it off. any reasons why and solutions? thanks
some pictures of my LT155 with mower deck out
|Joe||Your pulley spindle bearings could be worn or drive belt worn out and streched. Or the drive belt could be incorrectly installed. One of these three. caution if your belt keeps popping off the transmission fan blades will get ripped off.
|David Elzey||My trans cooling fan blades keep getting ripped off of my John Deere LT155. Replaced several times. All ripped off today as soon as started cutting grass. All new pulleys underneath (3), new blades, and tightened drive belt. How tight should that belt be?
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