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#1 fredo OFFLINE  

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Posted November 30, 2011 - 08:23 PM

Hello everyone, I am stuck because I'm trying to change the two belts going to the transmission on my 110. I am at a loss as how to get it done correctly. The type is TO653 and the s/n is 153212M. With it I was given 'the owners manual' but after spending some time looking it over and trying to see what I need to get it ready for winter, I discovered that the manual is for a electric lift type and mine is a hydraulic lift. (Do the hydraulics have a filter, some where?)
I don't think it matters with the belt change I want to do tis but I sure could use some input on how to accomplish this belt change. I am running out of time and good weather as you can guess. It's my first tractor and my first snow blower. So as you can see I am really a new guy. Thanks in advance.

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Posted November 30, 2011 - 08:25 PM

Welcome to GTtalk don't have the help you need but someone will soon. Join in on Chats.
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Posted November 30, 2011 - 08:29 PM

Welcome to the site! I originated in WNY. What seems to be the problem?
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Posted November 30, 2011 - 08:38 PM

Well, I'm new to tractors and with my 110 i want to change the belts to the transmission and I'm not sure how to loosen the old belts to get the new ones on.

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Posted November 30, 2011 - 08:40 PM

:wave: fredo Welcome to GTTalk! I can't help with your trouble, but seems as though Brett would like some details LOL. We're glad to have you with us. Thanks for signing up!
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Posted November 30, 2011 - 09:03 PM

welcome to the forums
to remove the belt to the trans-axle - it is best to remove the back right side tire. then there are three bolts that hold the pulley to the trans-axle. you can remove all three if you wish or you can remove two bolts and loosen the third to remove the belt.
Somebody else can help tell you how to remove the drive belt from the motor to the VARIATOR CLUTCH

come back when you had any other problem or question
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Posted November 30, 2011 - 10:45 PM

welcome!!! Where abouts do you live in western ny?? I live in eden. Glad to see someone local on gttalk.
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Posted November 30, 2011 - 11:31 PM

Welcome fredo. Glad you are here and glad you are from Upstate NY.
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Posted November 30, 2011 - 11:41 PM

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Posted December 01, 2011 - 05:29 AM

fredo,welcome to the forum.
Glad to have you with us.
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Posted December 01, 2011 - 04:02 PM

:welcometogttalk: fredo
I was born & raised in your neck of the woods
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Posted December 02, 2011 - 08:47 PM

fredo,

You already have the right advice above, telling you how to remove the back belt. The front belt isn't as easy. Pull your variator handle all the way back (towards you), this will loosen the belt between the variator and the motor drive sheave. You now have to make a decision, either remove the variator pulley from the mounting bracket, or try and remove the drive pulley from the motor. Or, you can remove the motor mounting bolts, so that you can lift and twist the motor enough to slip the belt over the pulley grooves. I usually remove the variator pulley from the bracket. The only thing that is difficult with this procedure, is trying to get the bolts back into the variator pulley mounting tab and the tractor frame. I'm telling you right now in advance, you "will" get mad, you "will" bleed, and you "will" swear! It's all a learning process, and believe it or not, the next time "will" be easier.

One other piece of advice. Be sure to clean the under side of your tractor frame before you start. If not, you "will" have dirt, dust, or grease in your eyes and mouth! Simply stand the tractor up and presure wash the under carriage.
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Posted December 03, 2011 - 05:46 AM

fredo,

You already have the right advice above, telling you how to remove the back belt. The front belt isn't as easy. Pull your variator handle all the way back (towards you), this will loosen the belt between the variator and the motor drive sheave. You now have to make a decision, either remove the variator pulley from the mounting bracket, or try and remove the drive pulley from the motor. Or, you can remove the motor mounting bolts, so that you can lift and twist the motor enough to slip the belt over the pulley grooves. I usually remove the variator pulley from the bracket. The only thing that is difficult with this procedure, is trying to get the bolts back into the variator pulley mounting tab and the tractor frame. I'm telling you right now in advance, you "will" get mad, you "will" bleed, and you "will" swear! It's all a learning process, and believe it or not, the next time "will" be easier.

One other piece of advice. Be sure to clean the under side of your tractor frame before you start. If not, you "will" have dirt, dust, or grease in your eyes and mouth! Simply stand the tractor up and presure wash the under carriage.


Great advice. Cleaning the tractor's bottom is good advice any time you need to be under it. That's one more reason for me to pick up a pressure washer.
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Posted December 03, 2011 - 06:16 AM

glad to have another WNYer here....welcome to GTT!! Post some pics if ya get time we'd like to see ur machine.
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Posted December 03, 2011 - 06:18 AM

:welcome: to GTTalk, glad you're getting good advice already.
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