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Honda 928 with tractor treads pulls to the left. The foot pedal mounding hardware on the left side has broken free, the spring is all that holds the left side of the foot pedal up. Will repairing the left side foot pedal hardware correct the pulling to the left situation? It seems to still pull left when pedal is in neutral position. What else can I inspect for pulling left condition while I'm under there repairing the foot pedal?
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Sounds like you may have a broken or missing drive cog pin.
Inspect both sides drive cogs and see if you find the issue.
The auger height mechanism should not likely cause a pull, it should be fixed though.
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Sounds like you may have a broken or missing drive cog pin.
Inspect both sides drive cogs and see if you find the issue.
The auger height mechanism should not likely cause a pull, it should be fixed though.
I was thinking the same thing. 2 such issues in two days. broken wheel pin on the drive axle wheel. YSHS, could it also pull to one side if one track is very loose? I had this happen when that side track adjusting bolt was broken. what a job replacing that with a 4 and half inch carriage bolt !

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Honda 928 with tractor treads pulls to the left. The foot pedal mounding hardware on the left side has broken free, the spring is all that holds the left side of the foot pedal up. Will repairing the left side foot pedal hardware correct the pulling to the left situation? It seems to still pull left when pedal is in neutral position. What else can I inspect for pulling left condition while I'm under there repairing the foot pedal?
Thanks for considering.

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make sure you replace that hardware with genuine Honda hardware......bolt , collar, and I think washer. look on other side to match. the dealer should know. You try to mickey mouse it with regular hardware or leave that collar off you are just gonna have more problems and have to do the job over again.

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