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got this Saturday for 50$  runs good. Came with new belt. And a very bad paint job on the grill.Can someone tell me if this is the right one(belt) And if the trailer is a simplicity And were I can get the belt diagram for the mower thanks again







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Wow! What a good deal! That isn't a bad looking machine for $50. I don't think the trailer is a Simplicity but I don't know for sure. Yes that 70" belt is the correct belt for that deck. Here is a picture if the belt diagram. Also here is the owners manual for the tractor in case you might need it. Hope this helps!



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15 hours ago, casinojim said:

if the trailer is a simplicity

I'm spit-ballin' here but that looks like what's left of a Craftsman decal.  No matter; you still stole it.  How do you sleep night?


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