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mkinsey

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where can i find part # for spindle belt on 421u11112?
 

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That's a 42" cut, the spindle belt would be p/n: IH-477599-R2, which is 1/2" x 77".
 

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I guess me posting a link to all the belts was not the right thing to do even though it might help down the road. I guess it's answer specific and forget down the road these days! So be it!
 

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Charlie, good point, the other belts might soon need to be replaced as well.
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Thanks, digger and kraig for the help.
And yes, i will keep the link just in case.
FYI it is a 104.
 

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OK - I went to FAQ and it shows both the 1/2x77 and 3/8x81.
Anybody know which one works?
 

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Looks to me like 3/8 x 81 is the PTO belt, and 1/2 x 77 is the spindle belt.
 

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Hey Charlie and Kraig - I noticed that sometimes when you open the Belts FAQ pages the headings (Models, Generator/Misc, PTO, Spindle) sometimes get skewed. It seems to depend on the width of your monitor and width you have the page set when it is open.

Sometimes if I look at it in a narrow format, (about 11" across) the PTO heading will move under Model, and the Spindle heading will move under Generator/Misc.

On the other hand, if I spread the page open (about 19" across) the PTO heading will be above the 2nd column the same column as the Generator/Misc., and the Spindle heading will be above the 3rd column, and there will be no heading above the 4th column.

I think this is how/why some people get confused. They are looking at it in a width that skews the headings to the wrong columns.

Maybe Kraig has a method to fix the headings so they move along with the width of the columns, as you change the width of the page.
 

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