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I've searched but I can't seem to find out how to replace the belt on my BSR 2260

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Belt changes are all similar, no matter what the engine, because most belts are made from the same materials by the same belt companies.
You do not say which belt you want to change.
If it is a cambelt, get an expert to show you, getting it wring will wreck the engine. For other belts follow in the instructions in a manual for a different vehicle.

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