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Keep burning up deck belts on 20yr old John Deere rider rx75. What size belt should I be using

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    Tom Witt Aug 29, 2016

    I just broke 3 new belts before I realized that the pulley that moves in to tighten the belt when engaging the lever was worn on the bottom. The lower half of the pulley was angled and the lower lip was almost gone. The belts would shred on the bottom edge before breaking. Once I replaced the pulley the belt tracked straight and all is well.

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Check all deck idler pulleys and make sure no bad bearings or flat spots

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SOURCE: v-belt route installed on 48" deck of John Deere LA130

http://jdpc.deere.com/pimages/PU00/PU00859________UN28APR08.gif

Copy and paste this in your address bar and it should take you to a picture of how to route the belt

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SOURCE: I need a belt diagram

Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly

By secondary belt I am assuming you need the deck belt routing. Here is a picture of the front deck belt routing: http://opebycrigby.tripod.com/decks/jd/jdf525.jpg

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
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SOURCE: I need the deck belt

I fiound some beautiful pictures in a manual for the 48" mower deck by John Deere. I haven't
found the 42" diagrams yet, but I can TELL you how it goes on (or is supposed to). Loosen the sheaves (pulleys) and belt guides. The inside of beltl go on back side of each of th 2 blade pulleys. On the discharge side it will come around to the back side of smaller pulley. On left side it will come to back side of the foward pulley. Then it will go around the jacksheave on the engine shaft. Just remember, th notched side or inside of belt will always go to the v side of pulley and the back side or flat side of belt will go to the flat pulleys. Good luck

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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SOURCE: How to change the Belt on a John Deere L130 with

why cant i get simple routeing diagram for the belt on john deere l130????

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