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Re: Ford LGT100

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Patrick Klise

06-02-2013 13:28:09

Report to Moderator mower has 3 blades...the belt goes from a pulley on top the mower...then to an assembly that mounts on the tractor that has two pulleys..
( think it"s called a mule or something like that)..the belt goes around the first pulley and then up to the electric clutch..then down to the 2nd pulley and back to the pulley on top of the
mower..the pulley I"m missing is ( I think) the
idler pulley. Hope this helps. Pat

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Indiana Ken

06-02-2013 19:58:43

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 Re: Ford LGT100 in reply to Patrick Klise, 06-02-2013 13:28:09  
Well I guessed wrong, my 16 HP has the mule setup you described and three blades. I will have that unit off the tractor this week to sharpen the blades and can measure the pulleys at that time.

In the mean time I did measure the pulleys on the smaller tractor deck with two blades. The idler pulley setup is similar in that one pulley is fixed and the other pulley is used to tighten the belt once the deck is in place. For the two blade deck the fixed pulley is 3.25" diameter and the tensioner pulley is 3.50" diameter. All measurements are the inner flat diameter that the back side of the belt runs against. I replaced the fixed pulley (it has a TSC price tag on it) so I can't say if it is the same size as the orginal. However, in answer to your question I believe if you get close to the size everything should work since the system uses the spring loaded tensioner pulley.

Let me know if you want the sizes of the three blade deck pulleys.

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