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Tiller Drive belt on my AC310

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strassmaier
I've got my new tiller for my AC310, and everything lines up good attachment, and pulley wise, but the drive belt seems to be too short. The tiller has the engagement lever on it, but even in the un-engaged position, the belt is just too short to route around through the pulleys (I checked the manual to determine the corect routing). Is there an easy way to figure out what belt I need to find to have it work just right? The tiller is number ser# is 3462640, no model number, but looks just like the correct ac model for the tractor, and everything else aligns great. Moved with the AC for the first time last night after rebuilding the deck, wow! Worked great, real smooth, and save a lot of time!

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arjr111
On my B Tiller there is an adjustment screw that makes the belt tighter and looser, I would surmise there is one on yours, too. Check the front of the tiller where it attaches to the back of the machine. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/b_attachments_images/tiller.jpg[/img] In this pic, at the very top of the tiller, you see the silver screw bolt. That is the belt adj.

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Model 310 Drive Belt# 164080 Length 54" Type HI 42" Rotary Mower P.T.O. Belt# 1719819 Length 82.1" Type HA Arbor Drive Belt# 1719819 Length 82.1" Type HA Blades 1607536 Qty 3 48" Rotary Mower P.T.O. Belt# 1604406 Length 83.6" Type HA Arbor Drive Belt# 1603075 Length 92.1" Type HA Blades 1607369 Qty 3 36" Snowthrower P.T.O. Drive Belt# 1719819 Length 82.1" Type HA Blower Drive Belt# 1672135 Length 80.3" Type HA 36" Tiller Drive Belt# 105340 Length 96.1" Type HB Vacuum Collector Drive Belt# 1604406 Length 83.6" Type HA 540 rpm - Power Take Off Drive Belt# 1703836 Length 91.1" Type HA

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