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Roper tiller 26 inch front tine Pulley/belt diagram

Need a belt/pulley diagram for an old but running roper front tine (with power reverse) tiller. Have new belts, understand the inside belt, but the outside on the reverse has me stumped. Any help appriciated.

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  • john109374 May 14, 2009

    imperial t5 27" need belt diagram

  • John McKinney May 11, 2010

    If you give me the numbers off of your unit (model, serial, etc..) I should be able to help you with this.

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I am not sure either, but I think that it would be alot cheeper to buy a new tiller, than to use your strenght fixing a old tiller that you didn't bother to keep the instructions for (no, I am not trying to be harsh. I am trying to be nice. and I am not sure about it coming with instructions, they usually do.)
Roper tiller 26 inch front tine Pulley/belt diagra - 29259605.jpgSorry, that is the closest picture that I can get.
Here is a link that may help. (IDK, because it is blocked where I am at.) http://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=CqcKEPGEMSvvXJJyotgeEiOyLB_jqoUWYtdrOBMib0rsYEAMoB1DU-N7X_P____8BYMmOo4qkpMQRoAGUt9H9A8gBAaoEIU_Q6ppHU85NtRLlGbCSz8M4YQ7k6yZkGAMPo_XJ9i4rSQ&num=3&sig=AGiWqtyvlB5FasgaU109ezFuPnc-65WzHg&q=http://www.fixya.com/support/roper%3Fcmpid%3DG3372595023

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