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Followed instuctions in manual still cannot get belt off of front pulley after taking off pto

Have a troy built rider need to figure out how to change lower drive belt

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  • hlms826 May 23, 2009

    model b809h

  • Dwain Pippen May 11, 2010

    I afraid that not it. It should be on the bottom of your seat on a tag with model and serial #'s on it. A long #...like 13AJ609G722 (not this # of course)

  • Dwain Pippen May 11, 2010

    Need your model # from under the seat to help

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https://www.partstree.com/parts/troy-bilt/edgers/tb516ec-25a-516-966-troy-bilt-edger-2011/general-assembly/


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Replacing the Drive Belt
IMPORTANT: To aid in reassembly, note the orientation
of the drive belt on the two idler pulleys and the engine
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Refer to Figure 10.
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