Asked by the local bowling club, if I could help out with their back up mower ( non runner)
its now running beautiful, but problem appears to a clutch problem, blades not engaging
when appropriate levels pulled. The plates in the housing appear to have castle tops and have
a fair amount of play when not engaged. When pressure is applied to the plates they are tight and the
blades make an effort to turn but don,t. I'm assuming the plates need replacing ( unless I'm missing something).
Would it be easier to remove the engine and separate clutch or take off the chains and chain gears?'or is there another way,
to replace the plates. Some photos below of machine.