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Toro TimeCutter SS 4235 Operator's Manual: Mower Belt Maintenance

Mower Belt Maintenance
Inspecting
the Belts
Service Interval:
Every 25 hours--Check
the belts for
wear/cracks.
Check the belts for cracks, frayed edges, burn marks, or
any other damage. Replace damaged belts.
Replacing
the Mower Belt
Squealing when the belt is rotating, blades slipping when
cutting grass, frayed belt edges, burn marks, and cracks
are signs of a worn mower belt. Replace the mower belt
if any of these conditions are evident.
1. Park the machine on a level surface and disengage
the blade control switch.
,
,
,
Move the motion control levers outward to the
park position, stop the engine, remove the keB and
wait for all moving parts to stop before leaving the
operating position.
Set the height-of-cut
at the lowest cutting position
[1-1/2 inch (38 mm)].
Using a spring removal tool, (Toro part no. 92-5771),
remove the idler spring from the deck hook to
remove tension on the idler pulley and roll the belt
off of the pu_eys (Figure 59 and Figure 60).
The spring is under tension
when installed
and
can cause personal
injury.
Be careful
when
removing
the belt.
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G014930
Figure 59
Mower Decks with 2 Blades
1.
Idler pulley
4.
Spring
2.
Mower belt
5.
Engine pulley
3.
Outside pulley
6.
Spring removal too
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3
G014931
Figure 60
Mower Decks with 3 Blades
1.
Idler pulley
4.
Spring
2.
Mower belt
5.
Engine pulley
3.
Outside pulley
6.
Spring removal too
5. Route the new belt around the engine pu_ey and
mower pu_eys (Figure 60).
6. Using a spring removal tool, (Toro part no. 92-5771),
install the idler spring over the deck hook and
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