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|Jeff Hastings||The transmission seesm to slip when I go up grade ou when turning. I heard there is an idler arm that can be adjusted , but the prcedure is not shown in the Operator's manual. Does anyone know how to make the adjustment?
|ross||I think there is an idler that you loosen, there is also a mark on the frame itself. When you move the idler there is an arm that either goes away or towards the mark. Line up the mark and the arm and its adjusted. Sounds also like you need a new belt, or a little belt dressing on it. Hope this helps.