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I had to replace idler pulley on a jihn deere 212, cant remember how to route belt

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Howdy, this diagram was originally found for another customer by wireguy (other guru here at fixYa.com). It is for the JD 212
I had to replace idler - 9b184ed.jpg hope that sets you up. there is a lot of info about maintenence,etc. at Johndeere.com
Happy mowing:)
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