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kub klipper mower

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l gehring

07-14-2007 13:04:09

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good afternoon gents. i just bought a kub klipper sun-master belly mower for my allis c. the man thought he gave me all the parts. i can't see how one belt can run it all and still have all 3 blades turn the same direction, am i missing a pulley? i have the pulley for the pto shaft, the 2 that send the belt forward, and 1 on each spindle.also have any of you guys ever added a 3 point and a pto shaft gearbox to mount it on the rear? i think i might try that so i don't have to mount and re-mount all the time.thanks for your input. have a great evening!

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Philip Snyder

08-24-2007 13:25:59

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 Re: kub klipper mower in reply to l gehring, 07-14-2007 13:04:09  
Model K46-TC
How do I find the No 69 (Part No.) Belt, Round, Endless, 5/8 spl?

The narrow belt that my Dad put on it seems to run the mower blade to slow.
Can you help?
Phil Snyder

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Chuck Bergstrom

07-14-2007 16:38:15

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 Re: kub klipper mower in reply to l gehring, 07-14-2007 13:04:09  
I have a small booklet on the Kub Klipper made by
Sunmaster. 2 belts are required, One is a double
V and the other either round or V. The V was an
optional belt. It shows only one part no. blade
so I think they all turn the same direction. The
double V belt goes around the outside of all 3
blade pulley's and the opposite side of the belt
goes around the lower groove of the drive sheave
that is horizontal. The round or V belt goes on
the pulley on the PTO shaft-then down behind and
around the 2 idlers and to the top groove of the
the double horizontal sheave.

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