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Hello Everyone I am new to the Forum and wanted to introduce myself. I am a Bobcat/Bearcat owner and enthusiast. I have recently purchased all of Steve Waite's inventory of Bobcat/Bearcat parts and machines. I will be able to supply the Auger belt 65091A as soon as they arrive. I will also be able to provide parts. I bought the inventory to keep my own machines running. If I can help anyone out please PM me. I love these machines and swear by their performance.
Did you get any inventory yet? I too would be interested in one of these belts.
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Hi all, I am new here but seeking a belt for my bobcat, seeking part
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Been running this belt on my 8 hp for a few years now with no problems. Melvin who owned the place helped me figure out the right belt. RIP Melvin!
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The SPZ belt is listed as a 38 degree belt. The 11M belt previously mentioned is a 40 degree belt. The proper belt should be a 60 degree belt ( I measured both my original belt and both sheaves, they are 60 degrees!). Those belts will likely work and get the machine running, but they are not correct. Can anyone verify that the 65091A belt is in fact a 60 degree belt, or just one that is the right length?
At this point I think it may be easier to machine the sheaves to 40 degrees? I find it amazing that I cannot find a listing or specs for any 60 degree belts anywhere! You would think that even if it was obsolete that there would still be a listing.
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The SPZ belt is listed as a 38 degree belt. The 11M belt previously mentioned is a 40 degree belt. The proper belt should be a 60 degree belt ( I measured both my original belt and both sheaves, they are 60 degrees!). Those belts will likely work and get the machine running, but they are not correct. Can anyone verify that the 65091A belt is in fact a 60 degree belt, or just one that is the right length?
At this point I think it may be easier to machine the sheaves to 40 degrees? I find it amazing that I cannot find a listing or specs for any 60 degree belts anywhere! You would think that even if it was obsolete that there would still be a listing.
Been running the SPZ1375 for years now. Not one problem!
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You're right. I looked at the belt size 11M is a 40 belt, not a 60.

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Im pretty sure the 8hp used an spz and the 7hp and below models used 11M .
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Ive been using a gates 11M1360 optibelt, it's 60 and the same profile as the original. Only difference is it's top cogged and 53.54''. It seems to work fine but wont disengage totally, always a little spinning going on. I've only been able to use it twice this year though. Maybe after a little use it will stretch a little.

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RobV if you read my earlier post, I too use this belt and believed it was a 60... its listed as a 60 belt in some places, but if you cross reference it on Gates site, it comes up as a 40.

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The OEM belts that you need are available on Ebay, just search for the part number 65091A.
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Dear Yankee Snow Blowers, please send me contact info for you, My name is Michael and I have a Bobcat Snow Thrower T7-2-24-40955 8H machine I need some parts and belts for. [email protected]. Thank You!!!
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