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Re: Farendloose drumower update

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08-12-2013 10:00:56

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It is/was made in Denmark. Looks a lot like the one in the link. However, the horizontal shaft that is belt driven from PTO drives the drums via the belt in question. The belt starts on the vertical pulley attached to the horizontal shaft. It goes to the tensioner pulley that is at a 45 degree angle. From there the belt goes to the two drums. Sorry no pictures. I"m not that computer smart yet.

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08-12-2013 18:51:05

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 Re: Farendloose drumower update in reply to corona boy, 08-12-2013 10:00:56  
That's what I was afraid of, the belt is pulleyed all over the place, including changing angles... Mine is gear/shaft driven, v-belts are straight pulley to pulley. Only suggestion I have comes from my experience with a JD 140 garden tractor that I was using to actually mow off hayfields. Our JD deler had closed, and I was getting belts from whatever vendors I could. None of them lasted long - usually broke the internal belts, and only lasted a little time before turning over, etc. breaking... One time I was near a JD dealer, got a for real JD belt. Held up very well, lasted a long time, actually cheaper than the off brand ones, even the HD ones. Donno where to find a extreme HD belt for yours. Good luck - keep us informed. I just got a drum mower this season, am still on the steep portion of the learning curve.

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