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Old 04-13-2010, 10:39 PM
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Default 421U111 deck on a 129?

I managed to pick up a nice deck today off a 104 cub today.The guy was stripping all the stuff off the tractor to make a puller.I got the deck and the mule drive for 20 bucks plus the belts.Does any one know if I can make this work on my 129. I know the mule drive wont fit but wondering if my mule drive on my 129 will.Looking at the difference couldnt see a lot other than width of the mule drives and the angle on the one pulley.My 44c deck that came with the 129 needs a lot of attention.If this would work it will give me time to rework the 44c like it needs.Any and all replys welcome....Thanks in advance Randy
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Old 04-14-2010, 05:09 AM
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I think the deck will work on your 129...it does not hurt to try! It will take a different PTO belt I think...but before I'd buy a belt, I stick the 42 under the 129 and do a mock fit.
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Old 04-14-2010, 06:56 AM
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I am not sure what the difference is , Mine is a 422U1111 and it is under the 149. If it looks something like this it ought to work.



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Old 04-14-2010, 07:14 AM
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Thanks guys the mock up is gona happen today.Diz it looks just like that so thats good news...I get a little confuzzed on which decks fit what sometimes...
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Old 04-14-2010, 07:16 AM
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Diz do you remember what pto belt you used?
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Old 04-14-2010, 08:03 AM
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Here is a belt chart...find your 129 then the deck and it will give you the belt size...

http://home.comcast.net/~dos0711/CCBELTCHART.htm
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I have an extra 42" IH-490489-R2-3/8 X 80" belt.
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Old 04-14-2010, 09:41 PM
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Thanks guys for the info I new I'ld seen that chart somewhere before big help....Thanks for the offer on the belt but it looks like I need the 3/8 by 81 inch belt for this...Good news after work today I got it all installed on the tractor with out much of hitch.Bad news no belt I have or could find local would fit.Does anyone know a good place to look for the 3/8 belts?When you need a belt you need a belt.Ive been to tractor supply,Orielys and one local lawnmower shop but nothing so far....Im going to try napa tomorrow.My local Cub dealer is absolute of no use for anything.Been there 3 times for other parts and will not be back...Long story there.
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My NAPA was able to order a belt that was close to what I needed, but it was an automotive belt. It will work as a spare. I needed a 75 1/2 and they had a 75.
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I don't know what size mine is but the number on the belt is 490489R2.
Its a Cub Cadet belt. I am lucky enough to have a great dealer close by.
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