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Can't help you directly but consider the following
Relying on the fact that lawnmower makers don't make too many basic changes, may I suggest that you take a digital camera and go visit your local Home Depot and/or Lowes and take a picture of the belt arrangement on a new mower. I bet they are almost all the same.
Hope this helps Loringh PS Please leave a rating if this works
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
I need your model # took look it up , I am a Murray dealer.
The thing to rember there are two kinds of idler pulleys flat idlers that ride on the back side of belts and v pulleys that ride inside the belt . wont be back to the shop until the feb 10.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
The simplest way, is to take hold the belt, with the tension from the engine pully/clutch mechanism, then to follow the shape around the rest of the cutter mechanism. (You don't have to worry which direction the belt travels,)
Bearing in mind, the tensioner direction.
Then, you will see the correct route, very quickly:)
Hope you can manage, with that.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Locate the tag with your model and serial number on the tractor. Be sure you get the number EXACT or it won't work.
Go to Murray's website and download it. They usually have parts listings at the back of the Owner's Manual
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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