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#1 joey7478 OFFLINE  

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Posted May 22, 2015 - 10:47 AM

New to this forum and new to economy king tractors. I just got the tractor and don't know the belt size can you help me? Thanks joey!



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Posted May 22, 2015 - 01:06 PM

Hi joey7478, welcome to the group and congrats on your tractor. You'll need to supply more information as there are different size decks and many models of tractors, but with the right infor you'll get the answers you need.



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Posted May 26, 2015 - 01:17 PM

Think might be belt guide in the PK manuals section if they put that in there off those downloads. Yes, many sizes. Most are only 1/2" belts tho, when you would think bigger would be needed, just very long, in the 100" ranges. Have a serial # off tractor sticker on dash or front grill to see?  How about some pictures if not, we should be able to get close to model and year. You have the old belts at all to compare?



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Posted June 08, 2015 - 06:49 PM

Hi joey7478, welcome to the group and congrats on your tractor. You'll need to supply more information as there are different size decks and many models of tractors, but with the right infor you'll get the answers you need.

It is 48 inch deck the serial number is x13938E



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Posted June 10, 2015 - 12:29 PM

Think might be belt guide in the PK manuals section if they put that in there off those downloads. Yes, many sizes. Most are only 1/2" belts tho, when you would think bigger would be needed, just very long, in the 100" ranges. Have a serial # off tractor sticker on dash or front grill to see?  How about some pictures if not, we should be able to get close to model and year. You have the old belts at all to compare?

Its a 48 inch deck and serial number is x13938e



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Posted June 13, 2015 - 11:31 AM

Think might be belt guide in the PK manuals section if they put that in there off those downloads. Yes, many sizes. Most are only 1/2" belts tho, when you would think bigger would be needed, just very long, in the 100" ranges. Have a serial # off tractor sticker on dash or front grill to see?  How about some pictures if not, we should be able to get close to model and year. You have the old belts at all to compare?

Did you see my reply and if you did thank you! Its a 48 inch deck and serial number x13938e.



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Posted June 13, 2015 - 10:54 PM

OK, see belt sizes are not listed on here after-all. Looked at my thumbdrive and found 13938 serial is a 67 year, but doesn't tell model you have. There are Jim Dandy's, 16" wheels and 24" wheels in Power King line. So wrote them all done here. See if they look correct for your situation.

 

Deck belts are two needed. Up to 73 used 81-0045 or 45".  These are for the spindle drives on deck.

 

66 to 73 Jim Dandy with 48" 81-0080 or 80"

 

66 to 73 16" wheels with 48"  81-0087 or 87"

 

66 to 73 24" wheels with 48"  81-0092 or 92"

 

These are PK numbers.  Been told that belt stores numbers are 2" over in length on there numbers, so check size for sure on labels over them. Hope this helps and is correct. If not close, only thing to do is run a rope around the whole systems pulleys and measure it and should get you close. There is some movement in the Mule Drive adjustment pulleys under the grill that will allow a very small change in sizes. 


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Posted June 14, 2015 - 07:37 AM

Here's and excellent place to cross reference the numbers GL posted they also sell good belts and the service is good. In the search box put the blet number and it will come up with the generic numbers don't use the - in the PN just 810045 for their cross.

http://www.vbelts4le...=810045&search=



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Posted June 14, 2015 - 10:06 AM

OK, see belt sizes are not listed on here after-all. Looked at my thumbdrive and found 13938 serial is a 67 year, but doesn't tell model you have. There are Jim Dandy's, 16" wheels and 24" wheels in Power King line. So wrote them all done here. See if they look correct for your situation.

 

Deck belts are two needed. Up to 73 used 81-0045 or 45".  These are for the spindle drives on deck.

 

66 to 73 Jim Dandy with 48" 81-0080 or 80"

 

66 to 73 16" wheels with 48"  81-0087 or 87"

 

66 to 73 24" wheels with 48"  81-0092 or 92"

 

These are PK numbers.  Been told that belt stores numbers are 2" over in length on there numbers, so check size for sure on labels over them. Hope this helps and is correct. If not close, only thing to do is run a rope around the whole systems pulleys and measure it and should get you close. There is some movement in the Mule Drive adjustment pulleys under the grill that will allow a very small change in sizes. 

thanks Joey!



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Posted June 14, 2015 - 10:17 AM

Mngb, thanks for that info, new to me. Might need a sticky for this subject?
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Posted July 13, 2015 - 09:30 PM

I am having same difficultys  My 2418 swims with a a 92 I am going to try a b89 next....






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