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Kubota Ride On Lawn Mower Blade for 72 Inch Cut 76550-34330

You may return most new items, if incorrectly supplied by All Mower Spares, within 7 days of invoice date, for a full refund, including your return freight costs. However there will be no refunds on electrical components that have been fitted or tested or incorrectly ordered without authorisation. We are happy to do exchange parts for incorrectly ordered parts. If you need to make a return, please email All Mower Spares for a Return Authorisation Number. Your refund or credit will be processed upon receipt of the returned part, providing the part is still in saleable condition.

All returns or cancelled orders, not the fault of All Mowers Spares, will incur a 20% re-stocking fee. Return freight will be at your expense. We will waive this re-stocking fee if you are happy to have the refund applied to your online account.

Please send any returns to the following address.

All Mower Spares2 Ironbark AvenueCAMDEN NSW 2570AUSTRALIA

All orders including regular post parcels will have tracking numbers starting May 1st, 2012. Regular post orders usually take 1-3 working days to arrive but can obviously take longer depending on the location of your delivery. Australia post usually allow upto 7 working days for regular parcels. If you are urgent for your orders please select the express option.If you select regular post as an option and the part takes longer than the availability noted on our website at the time then we will do our best to express the part to you at no extra cost (this will excluse Oversized Items and Bulky Goods).Sometimes this means the part will arrive to you in a shorter time period.

We can ship to any address in Australia. When you place an order, our system will automatically estimate delivery costs. Any variation to shipping options that you may choose will be quoted individually.

Delivery will be based on the availability of the selected items, and will be noted down in the availability section in our cart. If parts do become no longer available or are placed on back order we do our best to advise with in 7 working days from time of order confirmation. This can sometimes be held up due to supplier issues. Please enquire to confirm your parts are in stock before placing the order due to large quantities of orders being taken they sometimes may take 1-2 days to come back into stock.

Any orders placed after Midday may be at the risk of adding 1 extra working day (due to overnight shipments our end from suppliers)

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All goods will be delivered by Toll, Australia Post, Star Track or local couriers unless otherwise requested.PLEASE NOTE. If drivers from these carriers are not available for collection and your parts were ordered express then we will use an alternative carrier to ensure your parcel ships from our warehouse the same day.PLEASE NOTE. All days are referred to are working days which are classified as Monday-Friday. We do not count Saturday and Sunday as a day which items can be dispatched due to freight carriers not being able to collect from our store.

For more detail on delivery standards visit any post office, or their website or call 13 13 18 during business hours. Toll deliveries will need customers to be home for signatures or they will be required to leave without signature.April 1, 2017 will see Australia Post do the same for orders, meaning all orders are sent and are left in a safe place without signature. Couriers please same day must be placed before 9am each day and must be Sydney metro only. ENVELOPES when selected as a method of Shipping will not be covered from All Mower Spares. We do not recommend this option as there is NO TRACKING or transit cover available and this will be used at the customers own will.

Please check that your postcode is in the overnight regions before placing any orders. Please also be aware as some products are usually too large or heavy for overnight shipping and will be dispatched via Couriers Please or Australia Post. These items are usually Axles and Hydro’s, Deck Housings, Drive Shafts, Mower Blades, Tyres etc. For confirmation please enquire before placing your order as you may find extra delays.

Oversized Items, Bulky Goods ^Shipping fees are initially based on your order total during checkout. Once we process your order for shipment we will determine the actual dimensions, weight, destination, carrier, and country limitations. At that time, we reserve the right to charge additional shipping fees and or cancel the order associated with oversized or heavy items, or any other limitations. If this happens, you will be contacted via phone or email with instructions on how to proceed, along with an option to cancel your order. This is most common for the Northern Territory Region.

International OrdersWe reserve the right to quote additional fee’s or refund any order that may be too expensive to ship into certain countries. Free freight is offered to New Zealand unless freight is too expensive. If this is the case we will offer a refund on the entire order or advise the extra charges that may apply.

Dangerous GoodsWe reserve the right to charge additional fee’s or refund any order for orders that have dangerous goods attached. We will offer a refund on the entire order, advise the extra charges that may apply or refund for the freight if orders are over 150.00. The order will then be sent freight free via road only. Dangerous Goods include Aerosol cans, Batteries, Oils some Lubricants.

PLEASE NOTE. If shipping calculator can not work out freight costings to your post code please notify us so we can manually work out costings and fix the product link. Thank you

When free freight applies on orders over 150 it will not be Express Posted due to the nature of the offer we provide and will be dispatched with the freight carrier of All Mower Spares choice depending on your area. Almost every parcel local to Sydney will usually be dispatched via Toll. It will generally be with in 2-3 days (depending on weight and size of the order). Sometimes overnight for major cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Hobart Canberra. 3-7 days for most other areas.Please CLICK HERE to see if you’re eligible for the TOLL local shipping charge. (SYD1 SYD2 Zones)

We will not refund any parcel that does not arrive when expected unless they are express post or registered.

All Freight options on check-out are calculated from the time of dispatch not the time of order.

Copperhead 15709 Standard Lift Mower Blade For 60″ Cut Kubota K5955-34360

Tested for maximum performance, Copperhead blades are engineered to meet or exceed all OEM standards for operation and are ISO-certified for quality, durability and superior craftsmanship. All Copperhead blades are manufactured in the USA,

Blade replaces Kubota K5955-34360, set # K5955-97530. Single blade! 60″ blade fits the new ZD decks. Kubota mower decks RCK60P-1200Z, Kubota Z Series Zero Turn Mowers, ZD1211.

Kubota Mower Blades Won’t Engage or Turn On

Kubota lawn mower blades won’t engage or turn due to a worn or stretched mower deck belt; a belt that has come off the pulleys; a bad PTO switch; a faulty clutch; a weak battery; a bad safety switch or a bad fuse.

Never reach under the mower deck until you have followed all safety precautions listed in the Kubota operator’s manual. This includes removing the ignition key, removing the spark plug boots, and waiting for all parts to stop moving.

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Follow all safety instructions provided in your equipment operator’s manual before diagnosing, repairing, or operating. Consult a professional if you don’t have the skills, or knowledge or are not in the condition to perform the repair safely.

Kubota Mower Blades Won’t Turn On or Engage

Worn Deck Belt on a Kubota Mower

The deck belt, also referred to as the blade belt, is responsible for moving around the pulleys to turn the mower blades. Over time, the deck belt will wear and may begin slipping on the pulleys instead of gripping them.

A worn or bad Kubota deck belt is one that has cracks, wear, fraying, or a shiny glazed appearance. A worn deck belt may also sit deep in the pulley grooves.

Replace a worn belt. Even if the belt isn’t the main reason why your blades won’t engage, you must replace it when it begins to show signs of wearing.

The belt gripping the pulleys affects blade speed. A fast blade speed is required to create suction under the deck to lift the grass and give a nice even cut.

Belt Came Off the Pulleys on a Kubota Mower Deck

If the belt has fallen off the pulleys, it will no longer turn them to move the mower blades. In addition to a worn belt, look for a stretched belt, bad pulley, worn tensioner arm, or missing spring.

You can find a list of items that will cause the Kubota belt to keep falling off the mower deck here.

Worn Idler Tensioner Arm Spring on a Kubota Mower

You will find a tensioner arm and spring used to hold the idler pulleys inline. On most mower decks, the pulley will be on one side of the bracket and the spring will be on the other side.

The hole in the bracket where the spring is attached can become worn or the spring itself can become worn. This can cause the belt to become loose and vibrate off the pulleys.

Worn Bearing in a Kubota Pulley

You will find a bearing in each pulley. The bearing can wear so the pulley no longer sits parallel to the mower deck. The worn bearing will allow movement in the pulley so it wobbles.

One side of the pulley may be sitting higher off the deck than the other side. The extra movement in the Kubota pulley can cause the deck belt to roll off of the pulley.

Replace a pulley where the bearing is found to be bad.

Faulty PTO Switch on a Kubota Mower

Check for continuity in the switch. Replace a switch with a break in continuity.

Bad Clutch on a Kubota Mower

The PTO (Power Take Off) clutch transfers power from the engine to the blades by engaging the drive belt. A clutch that is worn or faulty must be replaced when it fails to power the blades.

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For more details on clutches, check out A Look into How Lawn Mower Clutches Work.

Worn Clutch Cable on a Kubota with a Manual Clutch

You will find a clutch lever and cable on a Kubota mower with a manual engagement clutch.

Check the condition of the clutch lever, cable, spring, bushings, and linkages to make sure the clutch is being engaged and the parts are not worn

Weak Battery on a Kubota Mower

An electric clutch uses power from the battery. When the battery is weak, it is unable to provide sufficient power to the clutch solenoid to engage the mower blades.

Check the voltage of the battery using a multimeter. A fully charged 12-volt battery should give you a reading of about 12.7 volts.

Charge the battery when you get a reading less than this. If your battery continues to die you can find common things that are causing this in 5 Things That Are Draining the Life of Your Lawn Mower Battery.

Charge a Kubota Battery: Use a battery charger to charge a battery. Before you continue, wear protective gear to protect your skin from electrical shock and protect your eyes. Follow these steps to charge your riding mower or zero-turn battery with a charger:

  • Access the battery and terminals. You may need to use a screwdriver to uncover the battery. You will find the battery under the hood or under the seat. Do not remove the battery from the casing.
  • Connect the battery charger cables beginning with the positive cable first. This is the red cable or the one with the plus sign. Place the cable on the positive battery terminal.
  • Attach the negative cable to the negative battery terminal. This is the black cable or the one with the negative sign.
  • Do not touch anything that doesn’t have a rubber coating to prevent electrocution.
  • Set the charger’s voltage and amperage level to the desired level. The average volt level for lawn mower batteries is usually 12 volts. amperage charges the battery faster. Start with two amps and work up to no more than 10 amps. A slow charge is best.

If you find the battery won’t hold a charge, you must replace it with a new one. You can find 12-volt lawn mower batteries at your local hardware or automotive store. You may also find batteries at your local lawn mower dealership.

Bring the old battery with you. Most places will charge you a core fee unless you provide them with your old battery. Core fees average 20.

Bad Safety Switch on a Kubota Mower

A Kubota uses a safety switch in the seat as part of its operator presence system. The seat switch is installed under the seat to sense when the mower operator is in the seat.

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As part of the safety system, the lawn mower blades won’t turn on without the operator in the seat.

If the seat switch fails to work, it may not properly engage when the operator sits in the seat. The safety system will prevent the blades from engaging when there is a bad seat switch.

Test the seat switch using a multimeter or you can temporarily bypass the safety switch to identify a bad switch. Do not operate a mower without the safety switch installed for your safety.

Always have safety switches installed and working on your equipment.

Blown Fuse on a Kubota Mower

You may have blown a fuse when you aren’t getting power from the battery to the clutch. The fuse is used to protect the Kubota electrical system from things like a power surge or a short.

Replace a blown fuse with the same size fuse. If you continue to blow fuses, I recommend taking your mower to a Kubota service dealership or a lawn mower repair shop to find the root cause of the electrical failure.

Still Experiencing Problems with Your Kubota Lawn Mower?

Own a lawn mower long enough, you’ll start running into problems with it starting, not continuing to run, smoking, leaking gas, giving a bad cut, vibrating, or another issue.

To help you save time and money, I have put together a guide to help you troubleshoot the next problem that develops on your Kubota mower.

If you are unsure how to perform diagnostics and repairs on your Kubota lawn mower safely, it’s best to have a professional complete the repairs.

This will help you avoid personal injury or additional damage to the mower. Your local Kubota lawn mower dealership or lawn mower repair shop will be able to help you solve your problem.

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Features Specifications:

  • Blade Length: 18-5/8″
  • Center Hole: 1-1/8″
  • (3) for 54″ cut, center mount mower (91-436)
  • (3) for 54″ cut, RCK54-18Z (92-132)
  • (3) for 54″ cut, RCK54-18Z. RCK54P-321Z. ZD18. ZD321 (92-125)
  • (3) for 54″ cut, ZG and ZD models (396-811)
  • Set of 3
  • Kubota OEM Part Numbers: K5165-97520, K5764-34330, K5764-35342, K5615-34330, K5615-34330, K5615-34342, K5618-34340, K5764-34330
  • Oregon Equivalen Part Numbers : 396-796, 92-132, 92-125, 396-811, 92-127, 396-812, 92-048, 396-748
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