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    JD 110 v-belt vs accu-link

    Hi there,
    Can anyone used the accu-link belt in john deere 110 tractor to raplace m44121 .656"x67.5" secondary and primary m82258 .63"x40" belts?

    I recently expended my fleet by adding JD 110 w/10HP which needs a secondary belt.

    Im aware of the width difference (I dont know if this would be a problem) and various lengths of the accu-link belt can purchased.

    Accu-link is advertized as quiet, less vibration and extended longivety, plus pullies dont need to be removed.

    I just want to get the community input before I venture into this new territory

    Im placing the link as a reference only: AUSPA 5ft Power Twist V-Belt, 1/2-Inch x 5 Feet (A Type) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075WRBHXB..._uvbFBbJS32HTK


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    KOD

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    Those two belts run off the variator and that would be the one place on a Deere I would not try a non-Deere belt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trav1s View Post
    Those two belts run off the variator and that would be the one place on a Deere I would not try a non-Deere belt.

    I agree, and they must be replaced in pairs or the variator will not function properly
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