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 How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower?

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PostSubject: How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower?   How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower? Icon_minitimeWed Aug 08, 2012 6:08 pm

ok so i got a presure washer with a bad pump and its a 5hp i think and i was wondering if there was any way to put it on my craftsman i kno its pull start but its just something to do some work around the yard with but i have no idea how i would put the pulleys also i dont have a welder so i have no way of building one
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PostSubject: Re: How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower?   How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower? Icon_minitimeThu Aug 09, 2012 5:39 am

Kid on YT put a 3HP push mower motor on his MTD - really all's youd need to do is find a pulley with the proper size hole for the crank - or get and adapter from TSC - those are weld in tho.


To make it work youd have to look for local welder and have them weld it up.


I have a 5 and a 6HP horizontal shaft motors ( one is off a pressure washer) , i want to put one on my MTD wizard - ill have to cut a hole in the chassis for a chain tho to a straight rear axle.
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PostSubject: Re: How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower?   How can I put a push mower motor on a Craftsman Riding Mower? Icon_minitimeSun Sep 30, 2012 8:29 am

If the engines are both verticle shaft it will bolt on easy. As for pulleys you dont have to buy pulleys with the weldable centers. I dont have a welder either and i manage to find pulleys at my local farm store.
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I put a push mower engine on my kids first fast mower, a little husky. Put a 5 speed tranny in it, and 6hp tecumseh. it would do about 18 mph. Had plenty of power.
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