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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I bought a repair manual from Clymer and found the belt sizes for my Atlas 12.5022 tiller. The manual lists a 1/2 inch by by 36 inch forward belt and 1/2 inch by 32 inch reverse belt for the model 12-5100. Good luck. Don't bother to buy the Clyme manual. It isn't very complete.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
You have to remove the engine (4 bolts, no big problem), then remove the bolt in the center of the pulleys, then remove the pulleys. Slip the belt(s) (2 if you have the Super Bronco model) onto the pulleys, re-attach the pulleys with the bolt, re-mount the engine, and you're home free.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
SOURCE: loose drive belt
As I recall, there is an adjustment on the wheel that puts tension on the belt. Look to see if you can figure it out. Watch the wheel as you pull and push the lever. It should be pushing the belt very tight. Take a look. If you cannot see how I would recommend you go to a store that handles them and ask questions. Be suprised how much you can get from a salesperson even though you are not buying. Good luck...Lee
Posted on May 28, 2010
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