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does any one know what size belt or the belt number the belt runs off the motor to the pump but l don't have the belt
 

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You can alway try carefully wrapping a similar thickness piece of rope in place and then having a parts shop match the loop length if you can look up or find out the proper part #. This might do in a pinch.
 

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I had once seen a v-belt that you cut to size and it had two plates that screw together to hold it together. It was a temp belt for your car i think i seen it at a auto parts store. If you could find it you could make it up take it to a auto parts store and they could measure it and get the size.
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Good call Jody! I was thinking about one of those but they cost even more than a new belt. Still can keep it around for emergencies.
 

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srry jbetts i dont do ya have a local allis dealer or maybe try local lawn n garden trctr dealer or go to yer local auto parts an tell them wat yer lookin for thy prob have listing in there parts book for belts i know ive gone into local auto parts wth out belt n got one by just tellin them wat it was for :jumpropeb
 

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Originally posted by bigallis
srry jbetts i dont do ya have a local allis dealer or maybe try local lawn n garden trctr dealer or go to yer local auto parts an tell them wat yer lookin for thy prob have listing in there parts book for belts i know ive gone into local auto parts wth out belt n got one by just tellin them wat it was for :jumpropeb
belts are no problem but some allis parts l need like the seat and some other thinks
 

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You can probably find out your belt size here and maybe score some parts from the classifieds here:

http://www.simpletractors.com/default.htm

It is a forum just for older Simplicity and Allis Chalmers tractors and should be a good sourse of info for you.
 
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