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What size belt for m -belt broke

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12-13-2018 19:45:00

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The belt from crank to the water pump broke on my m farmall. What belt dimensions is this belt?


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12-14-2018 06:40:24

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 Re: What size belt for m -belt broke in reply to Graveyard1984, 12-13-2018 19:45:00  
BTW, it's not a standard dimension belt.

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jim warehime

12-14-2018 04:41:21

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 Re: What size belt for m -belt broke in reply to Graveyard1984, 12-13-2018 19:45:00  
This is where a parts catalog is very useful, you get the ih number out of said parts catalog go into napa give them said number and bam they hand you the belt.

IH part number is a 16131DA which crosses to Gates TR28454.

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12-13-2018 20:32:43

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 Re: What size belt for m -belt broke in reply to Graveyard1984, 12-13-2018 19:45:00  
Delta is correct. You need to put PB Blaster or your favorite juice on the fan hub movable pulley half threads now, the sooner the better. (I might go out at night and make the first application!! They can be nasty. After several drenchings, use a propane torch and heat the paint off of it (not acetylene) Then remove the set screw and use a brass drift to punch back and forth on the lugs that stick out to convince it to start moving. Be gentle, they break. Jim

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12-13-2018 20:20:01

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 Re: What size belt for m -belt broke in reply to Graveyard1984, 12-13-2018 19:45:00  
Don't know the size or number.But I can go to NAPA,tell them I have an M,need a fan belt. They can look it up and supply me a belt.Also,take the old broken belt in as a sample.Go see your IH dealer,Stieners,or even these guys(YT) will have a belt listed.You can look it up.

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