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Greetings friends.....picked up an old Jacobsen Imperial from a scrapper I can't stand seeing die. I added a rebuilt newer carb on the Tecumseh H70....freed up and adjusted the tranny, put a couple of tubes in,( painted and cleaned up rims while I was at it),and generally going through and trying to make up for age and neglect. My question......the blower has only one belt with a tighter for the auger. The blower's belt is currently so tight, the auger clutch doesn't work..it obviously wants a bigger belt. Does any one know the belt size for this machine....model number 52625 ? If not....how much would you add to the belt that is there.....1 inch? more ? Less? I'm not sure of the age of this old girl, but got to be early seventies anyway. A real rugged piece of machinery.....BTW, this is the oldest blower I've seen with electric start.
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I can't believe with this wealth of knowledge here no one has a Jacobsen that can help me with the belt size?/
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I have a 626 mod#58401, 6hp and in my reference it says it uses two JA335453 they are 41" X .5" http://www.jsesc.com/Catalog/Results...ER=%20JA335453

I found this one on ebay http://www.jackssmallengines.com/jac...t/oregon/75441 but it's not giving any dimensions. Might be able to look them up with a search.

In case you need the drive belt down the road - >
52620, 52624, 52625, 52630 - Drive 331325 3/8 x 40 https://www.jsesc.com/Catalog/Product.aspx?cd=ste265496

Belt PN listing with sizes http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/belts/homelite_belts.asp

This is what I found with a little searching. Might want to check for best price and delivery time from different suppliers. Don't forget to check local big box or hardware stores too.


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It's an oddball snowblower relative to popular brands with not much paper trail that doesn't cost. The 2 I've seen had a clutch/gear reduction type setup???. I think Homelite took over Jacobsen and I don't even know if Homelite owns itself anymore. I've done this process on paper to determine an approx. belt size before I knew they had a calculator online. Width should be easy to determine with a ruler also.
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