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Allis 912H - need correct belt

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Louofm1
Hello experts :) I have a Allis Chalmers 912 (I believe equivalent is Simplicity 7112). The tractor was built in 1982 or 1983 and I recently aquired it. It has the 42" deck ....everything works great. The belt in the deck (that drives the 3 blades) broke. I need to obtain a replacement and need to verify the correct size. Im not 100% sure but believe it is: Simplicity # 1719819 Application:Spindle Length:82" Width:1/2" Can someone please verify this application?

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PhanDad
On your 912, is there a decal under the hood listing part numbers for commonly replaced parts? That's the best reference if the tractor and deck are original. For Simplicity decks, both 82" (#s 108209 & 1719819 which have been superseded to part # 1723391) and 84" (#1656960) are used on 42" decks. The 82" belts were used on older decks such as mfg #990784 & #1690252. The 84" belts are used on newer decks such as mfg #1690501 (flat blades) and #1691215 (gull wing blades). You can always take a piece of rope and thread it around all the pulleys and measure the required length.

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