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post #1 of 4 Old 09-12-2015, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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Sno thro belt change question

I know i should have had a closer look before taking the old sno thro apart, but can the belt be changed without unbolting the bucket and tilting it forward?
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what make and model?
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its an ariens model and no it cannot be changed with out splitting it. the machine has to be split to get it on properly, grease the clutch jaws while your in there
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its an ariens model and no it cannot be changed with out splitting it. the machine has to be split to get it on properly, grease the clutch jaws while your in there
Thanks. The bucket is separated from the tractor right now, just couldnt remember if there was enough room between the clutch jaws when disengaged to squeeze a belt through.
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