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Hopefully someone can help.
I removed my deck and gave it a new coat of paint. I removed the belt and the covers and some of the pulleys. Everything is back together with the exception of the correct belt routing.
Anyone know where I can view a diagram of it.
I know it should be easy. I might have something out of place. It is a 38-39 inch deck
john deere 212 deck belt routing
Dis you get an answer?
I have a 212 with a belt on it, but I am not sure it is right. I keep chewing belts.