MTD Genuine Parts Snow Thrower Auger Belt – Two-Stage 2005 and After

December 11, 2017 - Comment

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L. Daniels says:

The belt received was solid not ribbed as pictured. … LIke other comments stated, the belt isn’t exactly as pictured. it doesn’t have the cut outs like the stock one or the one pictured. But i prefer it not to. the stock one had cracks all over the place and it the cones seem to provide a weak spot. the main problem with my belt was that it got polished on the outside and was slipping under torque, meaning when necessary. I replaced this in the spring, so haven’t had a chance to try it yet, but will update my review accordingly next winter…

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