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Belt size for simplicity allis 3110

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Really need more info to answer the question.

Assuming your tractor has a cone clutch mid PTO, a 48" deck uses a Simplicity part #163011 belt (71.6"); a 42" deck uses a Simplicity part #176439 belt (74.1").

I think early 3410H's might have come with a mid PTO that hangs down. If your tractor has that, it needs 2 belts to drive the deck (not counting the arbor drive belt).

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What I need it the belt to the center arbor to the pto on the tractor I have one that drives the pto off the bevel gear box and have the one that turns the blades I don't have the one from the pto to the deck

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Well lets see, to start with I'm pretty sure they didn't make a 3210 Hydro. But both 3212 Hydro and 3210 Variable share parts.

Next is deck size, both were available with 42" and 48" decks.

Next is both came originally with a double V belt.

42" deck takes belt 2168171 double V 48.9 inches long.

48" deck takes 2108854 double V 45" long.

If your tractor has been converted to single V pulley's all bets are off.....

Under the heading Technical Tips and Articles, 4th sticky topic down is Belt and Blade reference 2008.

Using that, anyone can look up their belt numbers. At the end is a reference chart giving dimensions.

And, Welcome to the club!

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