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Question: Toro / Model # 20332 / Slippage ...
Toro Mower, Model # 20332, Manufactured 2010, Rear wheel drive transmission. Have noticed “slippage” when I engage the transmission. Could this be due to the age of the V-Belt, which has never been replaced. The Self-Propel Drive Cable was replaced this past July, due to breakage. My technician replaced and made the re-adjustment to the cable. Later in the season after replacing the blade, I started noticing the “slippage” again and a “clunking” noise in the rear drive wheels while moving forward. When pulling back on the unit, the wheels would lock and not turn. Is this something to do with the transmission, the V-Belt, or an adjustment to the Drive cable?
Reply: Toro / Model # 20332 / Slippage ...
Hello Sounds like possibly the transmission is failing to me. Please view the video and read the comments to decide what you feel your course of action should be.
Question: 115-4669 Toro Drive Belt
Is this a standard belt size that mey be available locally?
Reply: 115-4669 Toro Drive Belt
The belt part number 115-4669 is approximately 33 inches long. But the cross section is different from a standard belt. We do have them in stock. So it is only a couple of days for you to receive it after your order.
Question: Toro 20332
Is it possible to remove the blade stop function on this mower and make it like model #20332 that don't have this function???
Reply: Toro 20332
That is a built in safety feature and should probably be intact on ALL newer mowers. If it does not hinder performance, then why bother removing it?
Toro says: SpinStop™ Blade Stop System allows you to step away from the mower without having to restart. Sounds like a winner to me.