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DECK BELT BROKE CAN NOT FIND IT ANY PLACE the number i thought was the correct one is not at all please help grass looks like a jungle

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  • mammasangels Jun 16, 2009

    it is a 42 inch cut troy built model number N779 belt I need is 75404001
    thank you in advance

  • mammasangels Jun 17, 2009

    Thank you everyone with the fast responses so glad I found this site

  • panilling9
    panilling9 May 11, 2010

    need make and mod # of tractor off of a nameplate or sticker

    and what inch cut?

  • KEN LaPOINT
    KEN LaPOINT May 11, 2010

    Need to know the make and model number of your lawn tractor...that way we can narrow this down for you.
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click on troybilt
look to the left of page and enter the number you gave me
they have plenty of them

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You can get it thru farm and tractor supply's "order tree" site simply type in your part number and it shows up for 18.25 ... CLICK HERE

happy mowing!
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All you need is the tractor model number and the deck size. (36" or whatever). If you can't find the size written on it, measure the width. Depending on the maker there may be a tag right on the deck telling you the deck's model number. (Any tractor can have different size decks). Look up that tractors dealers in the yellow pages or Google them and go over there with that info. They'll sell you the right belt. If they are the ones who sold you the wrong belt in the first place they'll probably exchange it as long as you didn't ****** it up. Receipts help a lot.

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The momentary squeal is nothing to be concerned about. If it were prolonged then it would require disengaging the blades and investigating so as not to destroy the belt, but that is not the problem that you have (informational only).

You should not waste your time worrying about blades orientation. If you look at the deck the blades are not all in the same line. They are staggered to allow for correct cutting without blades hitting eachother. This is by design.

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It's fun to ride around the yard on the mower, watching scrubby grass (and weeds) turn into trimmed lawn. However, when the grass looks as bad after you mow as it did before, or the mower doesn't want to start, riding mowers aren't as much fun. That's when it's time to put on your Fix-It Club hat and have some more fun.

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