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Trying to buy 2 belts for my craftsman gt5000 but can not find size info for either the primary mower drive belt or the primary blade belt. Can someone give me info on sizes of both these belts please

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Craftsman usually has the belt numbers under the hood. but get the model numbers off the body or deck if it is still there and take the numbers to a mower parts store they can get you what you are needing.

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SOURCE: the blades on my craftsman 22hpohv gt5000 won't

Hi, when was the last time you had the carburator serviced, secondly, you must check the governor to make sure it is working correctly under load.

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Go to www.sears.com and click on partsdirect. Enter your model number of your tractor (found on a data plate usually under seat). It will take you to the page with your parts diagram. Look for the belt in diagram and scroll down to the appropriate number and it will give you the part number for the belt. You can order it from sears and pay shipping or go to local small engine parts department and give them the part number or you can just give them the model number of your tractor and they can get you the belt.

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SOURCE: mtd yard bug model - 198707 riding lawn mower blade belt size?

I dont know the belt size but if you go to mtd belts in Jackssmallengines.com you should find it. Stephen.

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If you post the model number of the machine, I can probably find the belt dimensions..

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SOURCE: 42" craftsman mower deck belt 144200 to tight on the deck

Manual lists the incorrect number for this model! i learned through many difficulties. Correct belt is a # 144959, 1/2 " by 95"

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