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Model 2042LS no traction or power to back wheels

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Parts and Diagrams for Husqvarna 2042 LS 96043006200 2008 11 This link will provide diagrams of the drive belt and associated parts. The diagram shows the idler pulleys and tension springs. Inspect your mower to compare all drive parts to the diagram. Hope this helps....

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