Re: GT6000 throwing belt...
243, I just thought of a few things if it will work for your deck.
If your deck has some adjustability for bringing up the front of deck(higher in front than rear), you might get away with enough tilt for deck to still cut on deck's back side while front keeps the pulley in better alignment to not keep flinging off.
I know we should keep decks in level alignment, but if could get that front deck nose up, you might have a winner that's cheap on the pocket book while still giving you the cut you need for your grass. Only downside, is you might need to slow down some, but at least worth a shot.
This might also be a place where a farmer's trick of actually using bailing wire and a pair of pliers really does work to fix, if you can't adjust the deck's nose up enough from the deck hangers.
Another thought is removing, or fully adjusting upwards to not contact the ground, the deck's rear caster wheels while keeping the front caster wheels(if equipped and don't drag/cut into grass) in their lowest setting(heavily contacting ground) could also be a simple trick to try while the rear is free-hanging.
I see your mower picture, but don't know if your deck has a nose roller.
1967 Cub Cadet 102-Kohler K241(10hp) Kept as original as possible.
1990 Kut Kwick CL20-60-Onan P220(20hp) Front deck/rear steer commercial mower
2003 Craftsman GT5000-B&S engine(24hp) Manual transaxle
Last edited by TriumphMan; 05-19-2019 at 08:55 PM.