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If they were really bad, dry and about to fall out they would. Grab each of the pulleys and give it a good wriggle, if you can feel any movement at all your bearings are shot.
With the belt of turn each of the pulleys by hand, if any notchiness is felt the bearings are cactus. If any noise is heard while you are turning each of the pulleys the bearings are past there use by date.
All bearings should rotate smooth and silently.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Jun 07, 2015


Depending on the year - here is the link for manual that will show the diagram

http://weborder.husqvarna.com/order_static/doc/usa/2009/I09000/I0902011.pdf

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Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Jun 03, 2015


The bagger installs by using the supplied bracket on the rear of the tractor. Mount the frame of the bagger onto the bracket. then connect the discharge tubes using the spring connecters. Flip open the lid and slide the bags into the frame.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on May 20, 2015


check wiring for a bad ground or a short to ground

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on May 19, 2015


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Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Apr 16, 2015


You only have one magneto on the flywheel, this is how any flywheel is designed because both cylinders can't fire at the same time, so why have two magnetos to fire one coil? Anyways, the magnetos on flywheels from my experience hardly if EVER go bad, and coils today have so many capacitors and resistors and diodes inside that even the slightest amount of heat soak from a poorly maintained engine can fry the circuitry and fault a coil in a flash. If you replaced te coil and it won't work, try to swap the coils around and see if the one you know works won't fire on that non-working cylinder, that way you can be sure the new coil is not defective, which I've seen many times as well. When it's running, do you pull the plug off the dead cylinder and see if it fires, then repeat the procedure on the live cylinder with the dead coil installed on the plug? Will it fire at all? Try to disconnect the kill wire from each coil, then start the engine and see if both cylinders fire now. I have seen some engines, as an example some briggs vanguard v-twins that have a diode right in the middle of the kill switch wire. I don't know why it's there, probably to deal with spikes in current or something, I'm not that great with electrical I just know how a simple ignition system works and I know if one coil fires that plug, the other one should too. As I said, things from china areive defective all the time, it wouldn't surprise me if that coil is defective or if it runs with the kill wire disconnected from the coils, then there may be a diode blown in the line or you have a chafed area of insulation that's grounding to the book somehow. Pull the kill wire and fire it up, then swap coils, you'll be able to tell what's wrong once you rule out one or the other, it's just a simple process of elimination for a simple problem once it's explained to you. I'm sure you'll figure it out and be back running in no time I you attempt my suggestions!

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015


You may just need the kingpin bushings....under the rubber protector on top of the kingpin,there should be a snapring holding the axle in place .

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Feb 26, 2015


I have worked on SO many lawn tractors over the years so I feel comfortable telling you this is probably normal. These aren't precision machines, they're stamped metal decks and mostly plastic machines so there won't be adjustments like your car or a commercial machine might have. There may be one or even one tie rod adjustment for each side, but these are all built with a price point in mind as well as the idea that they are big, cumbersome, not easily controlled, imprecise machines so they're designed to have a high positive camber, (the tops of the wheels angle out farther than the bottoms,) and a LARGE amount of toe-in, (the fronts of the wheels point in at eachother), to assist in maneuvering these cheap hunks of Chinese quality. I really wouldn't worry about it, just get the wheel as centered and straight as possible, anything as far as toe or camber past an inch I'd worry about something being bent MAYBE or jut out of "alignment" but if they, when sitting still, are all approximately less than an inch in either of these directions and close to some sort of symmetry, then that's just normal and these other posters are just making you more worried than you need to be. These tractors support their weight, a close to 90lb engine, your weight, are rear wheel drive, have to move and cut grass simultaneously, AND steer, so the geometry is pretty exadderated to make turning and maneuvering easier. This is why they come with steering wheels

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015


before you turn off the key pull the throttle down to idle and wait a few seconds give the gas a chance to burn out of the cylinder

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


Yes SAE 30 is the recommended oil for B & S engines. You can find it on amazon for good price. here: Amazon com oil 30w . Hope this was helpful. cheers

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Dec 03, 2014


The blades are very carefully made so that they slightly overlap. This is why on some machines when you turn one way there will be a strip as described. If you ground the ends shorter, they will not overlap, and this is your problem. You should only sharpen the lower cutting side [NOT THE END] of the blade. Make sure that they are evenly ground back, not more near the outside as this will result in a curved cut with low centres and slight ridges in the middle of the blade paths. Also important to accurately balance them. Place nail in vise and put blade so the exact centre of the hole is on the nail, splined blades can be difficult. Maybe necessary to get ring of tube to fit inside spline. Grind off low end until they hang level.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Sep 28, 2014


Firstly clear your question. if you want how to set air gap then Be sure the coil air gap is set at .010" Anything significantly more and you will have weak spark, giving you the impression of a rich running condition.

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Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Sep 25, 2014


can you see a spark at the plug if not chek safty swiyches there is a bad one

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Sep 07, 2014


Engine throttle should be set to half when turning off engine

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Sep 04, 2014


6 exhaust and 6 intake thousands with feeler gage

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Aug 29, 2014


u have to take carb off get small needle noise pliers an put spring on govener firstthen on idle side of carb an put tighten carb down when u have it the spring on

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Aug 24, 2014


There is no linement for the blades as the blades you buy now days has a great amount of lift just be sure you keep your blades sharp and watch your grass if the mowed grass has jagged edges then the blades are getting dull. But your blades won't stay in line anyway, as the grass will change them. Good luck, and let me know if you need anything else....

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Aug 22, 2014


unfortunately, you are one of the lucky owners that has one of these things. You are going to have to remove the transaxle and break it down in order to replace the brake pad, "IF" you can find a replacement part! My suggestion is to double check the linkage and use you owners manual to see how you can or if you can adjust the linkage. Replacing the pad is not all that difficult but it is very time consuming. If you have to remove the transaxle to replace the pad, please be sure you have a breakdown list so you can disassemble and reassemble the transaxle correctly. You will need to find the exact model number on the transaxle and then look it up online and download a copy and print the breakdown section. Good luck.

Husqvarna Lawn... | Answered on Aug 19, 2014

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