How to Replace a Clutch Cable on a 42-Inch Riding Lawnmower?

Answer A riding lawn mower's clutch transfers power from the engine to the wheels and blades of the machine by connecting the drive train shafts inside the mower. The clutch allows your lawnmower to move ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Starter on a Sears Riding Lawnmower?

When you turn the key on your Sears riding lawn mower, but nothing happens or the starter just spins, a bad starter might be the culprit. If the battery is fully charged and the solenoid fuse tests... Read More »

How to Replace a Fuel Tank On a Riding Lawnmower?

A leaky or cracked fuel tank on your riding lawn mower requires immediate replacement. Replacement fuel tanks are available through the mower dealer. You must have the model number of the mower whe... Read More »

How to Replace a Carburetor on a Craftsman Riding Lawnmower?

The Craftsman riding lawnmower utilizes a Briggs & Stratton engine assembly. The engine's carburetor may suffer irreparable problems that require its complete replacement. Replacing the Craftsman c... Read More »

How to Replace a PTO Drive Belt on a Cub Cadet Riding Lawnmower?

If your Cub Cadet riding lawn mower stops moving, there is a good chance the drive belt on the main PTO of the engine has either snapped or become too loose. Replacing the PTO drive belt yourself w... Read More »