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Need help replacing the drive belt on troy bilt lawn mower model 60tp

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Go to this website, upper right hand corner and do a parts look up. Search for your model and that good stuff they ask of you and then choose mower housing should be there, browse the site it's really cool and has a lot of info.
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I did a sample search for generic riding mower deck and found great diagram of belt routing. Give it a try you will find same results Good Luck! Don't forget the thumbs!

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