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Local place to find V-belts

So a friend of mine needs a replacement belt for his ride on tractor's snowblower. Its an old troybilt and it uses a belt that is no longer available through manufacturer. He needs it today as we are expecting snow tomorrow, its a 107" long 1/2" V-belt, local dealer cant look it up either as the part is deems obsolete.

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F.W. Webb is a company in Bedford that handles a lot of belts locally.
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O'Connor Hardware in Billerica has a pretty good parts department. I also use Cason Equipment in Lowell, just as two starting points.

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I always wonder if the link belts from Harbor Freight could work on a mower or snowblower. Something to consider but that length you'd probably have to buy two.
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O'Connor Hardware in Billerica has a pretty good parts department. I also use Cason Equipment in Lowell, just as two starting points.

Thanks for the lead, I totally forgot about O'connors as they usually carry pretty much everything, unfortunatly they didnt have the belt but were able to guide me to a local wholesaler Eastern Industrial Automation. Picking up the belt later, thank you.
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I know the op found his belt but for future reference:

Industry belt number A105 is a plain black 1/2" x 107" long industrial belt.

Should be available from most farm, hardware and auto parts stores.

For a wrapped OPE belt:

NAPA 4L1070W
Stens 248107
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Oregon 75407
Gates 68107
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