A couple phone calls, then asked them to hold their last one for me about 1. My Husband can fix anything we just need the part without getting raped ya know. My hope however was it would return faster. If I turn it off after cutting just a few feet it will not cut back on. Don't bother, as it just takes more time to put on the belt several times as I mow. The pump side gear was fine and the rubber spacer was tore up.
The return hose has blown off three times. Disengage the blade and it will start back up and drive but as soon as you engage the blade again, it dies after mowing a few feet. I have to say this splitter has handled anything I put through it. When the coupler went, a small piece of metal stuck in my arm. It looks,size wise the same as the now rated 22 ton model. They suggested that I take it to the local Warranty repair facility that they use for repairs.
I am starting my fourth year of owning this piece of garbage. Shop said nothing they did would cause that, has not started right since, so now I have a mower that I cannot change out the blades and no way to get service. When you put the belt back on. Well, that's not the case. I told them that was unexceptable and they said thats all they could do for me. Last year I just hired someone to do the lawn, but I can't afford it.
However, lately it has been stalling a lot, sometimes when it is not working, between cycles. There is a good deal of math behind it. Stopped to refuel since I did not know how much fuel it would use, filled the half full tank and it started on one pull. The only thing that has happened with it is the pop rivets holding recoil vibrated and were loose. We had to replace the flexible coupling one time and just recently replaced the control value…it was full of rust, but it sits out in the weather a lot! SpeeCo was helpful, but then you have to order parts from John Day Company and they treated me like I was bothering them. Rocks back and forth way too much and clanks and vibrates.
Sharp edges of tines will be away from the operator at the top or facedown at front of machine. The return hose blew 3 or 4 times until I replaced it and the fittings with imagine this hydraulic hose, that does not break down when exposed to hydraulic oil. Clean up spilled fuel immediately. On year two, we lost 4 weeks of cutting with it as the belts were breaking and the thing had parts falling off during normal use. Not to mention the second shoulder bolt this year on an idler pulley.
Original review: July 3, 2014 I just purchased a Huskee 42 Inch cut on 21 March 2014 and already the mower stopped going forward or in reverse. I run premium due to the gas problems. I thought it might be normal break in. Snow Hog tires offer increased traction Specification Description Product Type: Two-Stage Snow Blowers Auger Size: 12 in. Great People-bet they see more business from me and my friends.
This year, it suddenly started dying after mowing just a few feet. Hi Streblerm, Thank you for the info. He loves the rifle and I love the splitter. Tried to mow again a couple of weeks later. On my third tank of gas today, and the coupler between the engine and the pump flies apart.
It was bought new 3 months ago. I installed the new coupler, keys and a drop of blue locktite on the alan screws. I am trying to find a Huskee site to voice my opinion. I have tried high test gas too and cleaned bowl of carb. For years we can mow about three rows before we have to put the belt back on. Has any body else had problems with the wheel bearings? It is a 22 ton and it splits everything.
Original review: May 18, 2015 Bought a Huskee 4600 in 08. For example the link u sent in ebay. Original review: June 1, 2015 Huskee 20 hp 46 in deck - I bought this riding lawn mower 2011 and this thing has thrown 15 belts or more. I came in and looked on the internet just to see if this was a common thing. Now the pump supply hose has blown apart and again no parts are to be found. The safety on the seat has to be disengaged because the mower will not run when I push the pedal because I don't have enough ass to hold down the seat and pedal. Tractor Supply should stand behind their products if they are going to sell them.