First, your tractor is a Ford 120, not an LGT......not that it matters, just sayin'.
Anyways, when I put a new belt on my LGT100, the belt was grabby for a while but got better as it wore in a bit.
Is that picture of when the belt is tight or loose (clutch in)?......Looks a bit tight if the clutch is pressed in
Here is the operators manual we got when we bought it new in 1970. It says "L"awn and "G"arden "T"ractor on the cover.
So when I say its an LGT 120 I hope nobody thinks its a Lesbian Gay Transtractor.
I always thought that it was referred to as an LGT 120. I will call it a Ford 120 from now on. We've only had it 47 years so I guess I should have known that by now. .
The picture is with the clutch out. released. So it should be tight....but If anything the belt seems too loose from my observation. But I have heard others say the same thing the belt wore a bit and started working. Kind of odd, but I guess its possible. Meanwhile I don't know how I am supposed to shift it in gear which is necessary.
The belt is constantly spinning with the clutch in or out. I thought the whole thing stopped spinning when the clutch was pressed in.
Edited by OldBlue120, October 05, 2017 - 02:54 PM.