So I was inspecting my Polaris 280 and realized only the front 2 big wheels actively turn.
The small middle (idler) wheel and the large rear wheel don't actively turn.
The idler wheel doesn't make tight enough contact with the large front wheel to make the 2 passive wheels turn.
The idler wheel appears to have a little clutch/spring mechanism which is designed to keep it tight up against the front wheel for power, however it has reached the end of its adjustable range and still isn't tight against the front wheel.
Has anyone had to fix this problem before?
Possible solutions in my mind could be:
1) Replace worn tire wheel (although they don't look that bad).
2) Perhaps some type of adjustment to the idler wheel clutch?