At this point you have basically rebuilt your drive system,my first thought goes too the belt,if it is in place properly and has some tention on it but will still not drive your mower,i would try a belt one size smaller to put more tention on it,makeing sure it is not slipping and will drive your mower.
Thank you for your responce,i like to try the least expencive fix first,before you condem the transmission you could go to a UAP,or any auto parts store and they will measure your belt and be able to tell you the next size down.I think it is possible that toro may have made a mistake,your wheels are turning however if you do not have enough tention on the belt it will slip causeing your problem. If the machine is turned off try if possible to move the belt in the pullies,if you find that you can make it slip by hand you do not have enough tention.Be sure you have enough tention on the belt before,thinking about the transmission ok? Thank you
I hate to butt in here Donerightmotors, but I am a long-time Toro dealer. We buy these transmissions by the case for these specially-made for the discount store Toro mowers. The average for them to stop working is usually less than 3 years. If the Toro belt that you put on does not fix the problem, don't waste your time and money trying to fix it. Replace ther transimission and get it over with. Tke your modle and serial number to a toro dealer and buy a transmission. I am not at our shop now or I could give you the part number for them. DO NOT TRY TO GET A DIFFERENT SIZE BELT THAN THE ORIGINAL you will only cause more problems.
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