Sears tractor keeps destroying pulleys

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Maybe the nut on top is not tight enough that is what usually causes that headache. I would have someone hold the bladse on bottom real tight and take a torque wrench and sling it down to 50 psi that should help
My Sears 1000 XLT tractor is driving absloulutely nuts . The pulley

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Auto Tech wrote:

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torque wrenches or pneumatic impact wrenches are driven by sufficient force of air measured in 'psi' pounds/square inch in order that they might do the work of tightening with a force measured in foot pounds or inch pounds.
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Yea, the nut on top... of the seat.
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