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I am still working on the 712s. I have the shuttle system working very smooth finally. Now i have started working on the mower stuff. And now I have a few questions if anyone can help. I think it has some missing spacers on the idler system. Can anyone tell me the size of the spacers #11,12,and 17? 11 has been discontinued but i have a lathe to make one myself. What belt does the mower call for? 5/8 or 1/2? length? Think thats it for now.. Thanks Picture removed because you have to be a paying member to post a picture.

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