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John Deere 1980 model 826 Friction Wheel & Parts

I scored a relic in good condition, but needs some parts. Wow am I impressed.

Low gear was sputtering and looked under the hood. Needs new friction wheel and belts.

I am having a hard time finding the correct parts diagram for the model P826J and serial number 124388. Does anyone have a pdf part list, what post to review, and/or recommendations? I have struck out on the JD.com site for the part number for the friction wheel or matching alternative. Are both belts the 1/2" x 36"?

Any help is appreciated and thanks in advance.

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Thanks Kiss4aFrog. What is you chose for snow removal? Multiple machines?

I have found more info since posting, but have not found the specific parts manual. Looks like eBay and/or my local JB dealer are the solution.

It is snowing now and get to use my single stage Honda HS621 I bought that was recommended here on SBF.

To add to my fun, I am converting the HM80 to the HF 212cc Predator since I have it apart.
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Belt M82612
Drive disk M114485

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JLawrence08648, Thanks for the part numbers. Went to local JD Dealers in North Royalton, Ohio and bought the 2 belts and friction disc. The damage was $106.00.
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Yup. The stuff for the JD's is a bit more than others.

If you look in my garage those are some of the machines I have. I'm using a 1332 Toro PowerShift this year. I have a 1032 JD with a blown engine, 1032 JD running and an 826 JD with no spark. They are all the older Deere made JDs.

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