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How do I replace the belt for the blades on a ZT7000,22HP 50",WLS V-Twin. I would really like to have a picture to follow. Any suggestion where I might can get one?

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Yes I have a manul for you in pdf format I have uploaded it to my server for you. so here is the link to download the instruction manual if you need more assistance please feel free to ask.

http://files.hpifdesigns.com/pdf/ZTTract.pdf

so pretty much release the spring tensioner on the deck and they should come off pretty easy then. the covers over the spindles it helps if removed as well.

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