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GWGAllisfan

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Is it possible to change the sheave brake pad without removing all the pulleys, or is there no way to do that? Also is the correct belt length for the two belts 34 and 53, and a 74 for the Mower drive?

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Yes you can change the brake pad without removing the pulleys. As you turn the brake pad out pull the other end of the lever assembly toward you and you will gain the clearance to remove the pad. The belts are 34", 53.1" and the PTO belt for the 42" deck is 74.1"

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Randy, Yes, you can put a new brake pad on without removing the pulley. I did it on mine. Don't remember the details but think I unhooked a spring or two to get rid of the spring pressure on the linkage. Was slow going running the old long stud out & the new one back in. Also took a try or two to get the correct adjustment on the new pad. Don't understand your belt question. You will have to clarify it for me. Good luck,

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