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Ted in NE-OH

04-21-2017 19:51:54




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Some time back I heard of an alternate supplier for a belt for a L-59 Woods mower on an AC b. Anyone know of an alternate source and part number. Woods dealers are tooo expensive.




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OhKen

04-23-2017 04:39:03




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
Glen's Surplus in Shelby has that belt along with anything else you need for that deck .



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Mike(NEOhio)

04-22-2017 14:22:47




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
Another vote for JayDeeVeeBelts in Willoughby (or Eastlake). Lost Nation Road right off Rte. 2, Ted. Take a ride.



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Ted in NE-OH

04-22-2017 11:22:58




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
Thanks



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Russ from MN

04-22-2017 08:41:53




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
We bought one online a few years ago that has worked well, I think about $40. Our old belt was still usable so I ran a 50 foot tape around the outside of the run and got an accurate measurement, and ordered the corresponding size. It wasn't easy to get the tape all the way around, I tied the end to the belt and turned the mower by hand while my wife kept the tension on the tape. I think we bought a B 225 but different tractors would use different sizes. We have a Farmall C with an L 59.

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hd6gtom

04-22-2017 06:24:29




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
Old NAPA store here too.



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Traditional Farmer

04-22-2017 05:30:22




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
Jay-Dee belts and Surplus Center are both good places for reasonably priced good V Belts.



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Dick L

04-22-2017 04:16:15




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
I get my belts at NAPA. You can take an old broken belt without numbers and measure it to get the correct belt if all else fails. Without looking I think NAPA's number was B-225 Last week I started my seventh season with a belt bought from NAPA on my C with a Woods 59. Sets outside 24/7/365.



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john2189

04-21-2017 20:04:01




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 Re: AC B woods mower in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 04-21-2017 19:51:54  
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Ted I use a good year B225 I get them from Bearing Distributers in North Canton. They are good belts



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