Your Tuff Torq riding mower helps you improve the curb appeal of your home by making it simple to maintain low, even grass quickly and conveniently. Sometimes your riding mower stops cutting properly, leading to overgrowth and uneven patches. Use these troubleshooting tips to get your riding mower cutting properly again.
Sometimes an engine tune-up is the fix you need to get your riding mower back into excellent working condition. To tune-up your engine, replace riding mower parts such as the oil filter, air filter and spark plug along with changing the oil. During the process, be sure to inspect the carburetor, ignition, throttle and choke controls, test the battery and clean the engine cooling fins.
Another cause of uneven cutting is worn or damaged belts on the lower deck of your riding mower. If your mower also experiences instances where it doesn't drive forward or slows down on inclines, inspect the drive belt for damage or misalignment, and then replace or reinstall it if needed.
The mandrel assembly on your riding mower features pulleys that can fail, which prevents your blades from spinning properly. If noise comes from the mower deck while the mower is running and your mower doesn't deliver an even cut, replacing the mandrel assembly may be the lawn tractor repair help you need.
Sears PartsDirect stocks a wide array of Tuff Torq riding mower replacement parts and carries all the maintenance products you need to keep your lawn tractor operating smoothly. For help with specific issues and lists of available parts options, select your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.