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I need some belts for my Dad's 521. Who has a cheap place for belts?

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I "think" kiss4afrog posted this awhile back.

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3L Fractional V Belt
This is a good source. If you know the part number you could also try ebay. Some times you can find a deal no one can beat.

If you live near a Tractor Supply you can get 3L belts fairly cheap. If you just need one belt sometimes an online purchase is more expensive factoring in the s&h.
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If you look up the belt number on the Toro site: https://www.torodealer.com/en-US/Pages/partslookup.aspx

You can also try Oreilly, Autozone, big box store as they do carry the lawn and garden belts once you know what size it is.

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