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2016/11/06 14:23:47 (permalink)
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Allis Chalmers 916 Belt Question

I have a 916 Hydro that I've owned for...34 years..
For the life of me...I can't remember if the "PTO Drive Belt"
is the belt that connects the PTO to the Mower.
It's been so long ago that I've replaced it..my memory
eludes me..!

Under the hood the Decal reads:

Transmission Belts
   Hydro 1650502 - -( 46.1"  X  0.5" )
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
48" Mower
PTO Drive Belt - 2087732 - - (Tractor to Mower..?)
Arbor Drive Belt - 1657044 - - (Mower Belt..?)
Mower Blade - 1656143

2087732 - ( Universal 248078 - Replaces:Allis Chalmers:2087732 )
                                    (78" x 0.5" )

1657044 - ( 93.1" x 0.5")

I have all the belt numbers written down in my dilapidated
OEM Manual...and searched the OEM numbers & size.
I just didn't want to spend $24.75 and it be the wrong
one.

Thank You and this Forum that keeps my Baby Alive !
 

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    Re: Allis Chalmers 916 Belt Question 2016/11/06 22:43:39 (permalink)
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    You have it correct. Scary getting old isn't it lol That is a fine tractor, hard to find one built as well anymore
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    Re: Allis Chalmers 916 Belt Question 2016/11/07 19:26:11 (permalink)
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    Yes it is..Its the simple things that confuse me..
    Need to hold onto it for the reason you stated..
    ( hard to find one built as well anymore )
    Couldn't find an OEM muffler for it,so my son cut the old
    one apart...used a stack from a Mack Mixer.."perfect circumference",
    welded in the original baffle,stuffed it with fiberglass,sounds nice and
    quiet now.
    Re-built the engine..new seals..new piston,rod,rings,re-built the carburetor,
    sanded and de-scaled the rims
    Just put 4 brand new tires on it, new bearings in the mower,
    sharpened the blades so they're like razors..
    Got the whole yard mowed...then the Belt broke..
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