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I have an old 68' John Deere 110 that i have to change the rear belt on,(Variator to transmission belt).Which size belt should i use, because the smaller pulley in front of the transmission pulley grinds against the transmission pulley, and i want to stop that. Thanks.:thanku::fing20:
 

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There should be only one size belt that is specified for that part of the driveline. If you have pulleys making contact you likely have a problem with the tensioner spring.
 

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Make sure you buy the JD belts for it or you won't be satisfied with it's longevity or performance. slkpk
 

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Make sure you buy the JD belts for it or you won't be satisfied with it's longevity or performance. slkpk
Ditto.

Get the JD belts!! They are realy no more costly then aftermarket, and they FIT. Also when you do that rear one, you realy need to do the front one also. they work together, and I belive you will have a lot of issues setting up the Varortor with one old, and one new belt.
 

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Ditto
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JD belts are expensive but worth every penny. I would not consider anything else on a machine with a variator.
 
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