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New to me E180 riding lawn mower

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Hey folks, can anyone tell me what the part numbers are for the pulleys that are on the bottom of the mower? Specifically, the two pulleys that the transmission drive belt rides on? My mower has 150 hours on it and I am just doing some new owner maintenance. I noticed that when I don't have my foot on the brake it sounds like the belts are slapping against something. This sound occurs when the deck is not engaged. As soon as I put my foot on the brake though the noise stop. I noticed also that of those two pulleys, one of them looks like it has a slot cut out on it. I am a prototype technician by trade and I have seen many pulleys in my time. It looks as if the belt had cut into the pulley, although the pulley still moves freely. I could see if the pulley had seized but it has not. Regardless I want to replace both pulleys and the belt. Can anyone help me with these pulley part numbers? Thank you very much!
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Hey folks, can anyone tell me what the part numbers are for the pulleys that are on the bottom of the mower? Specifically, the two pulleys that the transmission drive belt rides on? My mower has 150 hours on it and I am just doing some new owner maintenance. I noticed that when I don't have my foot on the brake it sounds like the belts are slapping against something. This sound occurs when the deck is not engaged. As soon as I put my foot on the brake though the noise stop. I noticed also that of those two pulleys, one of them looks like it has a slot cut out on it. I am a prototype technician by trade and I have seen many pulleys in my time. It looks as if the belt had cut into the pulley, although the pulley still moves freely. I could see if the pulley had seized but it has not. Regardless I want to replace both pulleys and the belt. Can anyone help me with these pulley part numbers? Thank you very much!
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