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Rover Rancher 17/42 (13AV90KS333)

Rover Rancher 17/42 (13AV90KS333)

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    This is garbage

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    Paid a lot of money for a Rancher. Absolute rubbish broken more times than it works. Simple don't buy a Rover.
    Absolute crap. The biggest heap of garbage I have ever owned. Never buy a Rover product again. Just had it repaired again and after 10 hours of use something else broke. Not happy.

    Don't!

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    I'd heard that this was once a reliable and robust Aussie made brand that was once popular. But typically this brand is now made in China and that has pretty much put paid to their chances of retaining any qualilty. The steel is rubbish (rusted shaft mounting after a couple of years, the repair shops all report that it chews through belts and the motor has juts blown up. In short this Is another example of a once good brand now turning into a piece of Chinese made junk. Don't even consider.

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    Questions & Answers

    graham james

    graham jamesasked

    Rancher 17/42 (13AV90KS333)

    how do i remove cutting deck on my rover rancher 42 inch cut ride on mower?

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    graham james

    graham jamesasked

    Rancher 17/42 (13AV90KS333)

    show me a video on how to remove mower deck please

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    Toey

    Toeyasked

    Rancher 17/42 (13AV90KS333)

    My rover rancher seems sluggish when i press on the accelerator cable. If I press too hard it nearly stops. And I press it lightly it seems to go ok but has trouble going up am incline. I think the accelerator cable may be stretched. Does anyone know the part number as my manual and the net have not been helpful in this regard. Regards: Keith

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    Businessbattler
    Businessbattler

    There is not enough information provided in relation to the model of the mower. Ranchers were produced in friction drive, variable transmission and hydrostatic models.

    Toey
    Toey

    It’s a rancher 1742 and it was purchased in 2013. Checking the user manual it refers to hydrostatic drive. So the pedal controls the speed going forward and in reverse. Hope this helps

    Peter M
    Peter M

    Dont know much regarding the mowers but if it has a fuel filter maybe check its not blockd or try purchasing your fuel else where to test if its the issue

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