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post #1 of 4 Old 05-22-2016, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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Ford LGT 195 Pto V belt

I recently inherited a Ford Lgt 195 with 48" tiller attachment. My issue is the tiller will not spin very fast. The belts on the Pto clutch seem to be loose even though the tensioner is let out as far as it can go. The v belts have the number m40222 which from my research is a 28" belt. I have contacted new holland amongst other various places and no one can confirm that this is the proper size belt or even what size should be on it. The correct part number I was told was 251396 but it is no longer available and did not show what size it was. I have looked at the parts list on the forum and did not find any info either. Does anyone know what size belt I need? Any suggestions for the best way to replace these belts would also very helpful. Thanks!
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post #2 of 4 Old 05-23-2016, 06:15 AM
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Re: Ford LGT 195 Pto V belt

Your belt is probably stretched. I Googled the belt number and it came up as a JD belt. Its available on Amazon

http://www.amazon.com/John-Deere-Industrial-V-Belt-M40222/dp/B00DHMAB1G
or, just go to any parts store and get a common 1/2x28 inch belt.

If that is loose too, take it back and get a 1/2x27....or see if they have a 27 1/2

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Re: Ford LGT 195 Pto V belt

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Your belt is probably stretched. I Googled the belt number and it came up as a JD belt. Its available on Amazon

John Deere Industrial Vbelt V-Belt M40222 1/2" x 28": Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific

or, just go to any parts store and get a common 1/2x28 inch belt.

If that is loose too, take it back and get a 1/2x27....or see if they have a 27 1/2
Poncho has the best idea, plunk it down on the counter.

Keep in mind, besides being streached, if it feels like it is slipping, it is probably worn thinner and the old one may just be dropping deeper in the V grooves as well.
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This old chart "may help" with the numbers.

.81874-Ford Belt Guide.

Grrrrr... dummy chart won't copy.

.81874-Ford Belt Guide.pdf

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Re: Ford LGT 195 Pto V belt

Thanks for the chart and input. I realize I could play guess and check with the belt size but from what I can tell the drive shaft has to be removed to replace the belt. I was just trying to save some work if someone happened to know the exact belt size. Looks like the belt size isn't my only problem as today I had some over heating issues and what seems to be gas in the oil. Always something. Thanks again and if anyone has any other suggestions as to how to change the belts I more than welcome them.
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