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AC 611LT Rollin' and Mowin'!!

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Well, got my new belts from jackssmallengine site a few days ago. Ordered the belts per others instructions here and yanked off the new "Gates" belt I had on there. Made a HUGE difference! The Gates drive belt squealed like crazy, now everything is nice and smooth and quiet! OEM belts are the only way to go! Ends up my neighbor's machine broke down on them (Newer style MTD rider) so I helped out and mowed their lawn for them with old Allis. I guess there was some front axle problem with their mower and with my neighbors' husband overseas in Iraq right now, she couldn't get it going. Anyway, I mowed my acre + their 2.5 acres without incident. I guess her father is coming next week with parts to get the MTD going again. Ahh well, nice to see that Allis handled the extra load without any problems.

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