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Bobcat Snow thrower Impeller Belt needed

Hi all, I am new here but seeking a belt for my bobcat, seeking part
#65091A.

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http://www.bobcatsnowthrowers.com/

BobcaT Snowthrower Impeller Belt # 65091 / 65091A

The belt number is 65091A, it's 7/16 X 54.14" and has a 60 degree angle

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum/567561-post28.html

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw...+belt&_sacat=0

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I don't want to steer him wrong. Anyone with some Bob or Bear-cat experience that knows if one of these will work for him ??

PM to me: When I followed the link you sent to ebay, there were three different belts for sale (below). Would any of these fit? Just a little unsure, anything you can offer would be great!

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1) http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-Accessory-...BV2LpA&vxp=mtr

2) http://www.ebay.com/itm/Matched-Set-...BV2LpA&vxp=mtr

3) http://www.ebay.com/itm/Matched-Set-...FV2MWa&vxp=mtr

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Yes, they changed the design several times. I will post up the belt info tomorrow... Im taking a week off starting Feb 8th and plan to tackle my info thread.

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65091 was Bob-caT's part #, but the part number found out there today is not quite the same... side angle is different, hence Steve's 65091A part number...
I found that the Gates 11M1360 Belt is a good replacement... this is the belt I utilized on both of my Bob-caTs... it seems to fit well and engages nicely
The belt measures roughly out to be 7/16" X 53.54" x 60°, slightly tighter than Steve's, but definately has enough slack when not engaged.
The other belt is conventional. Take it to a NAPA and have them measure it.

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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.
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I was wondering what happened to Steve. His emails were bouncing back from his website email link. Did he decide to get out of the repair business?

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Apparently so... sold his business... Glad to see someone bought it and is keeping the torch lit!

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Thanks Yankee! Please contact me when you can; send a PM and I'll reach out to you after so we can discuss.

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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.
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Thanks for all your help everyone; I love my bobcat and I am learning as I go on how to maintain her. Glad there are so many helpful people out there!

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