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Old 05-16-2018, 01:19 PM
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Did you get it fixed?

If the belt is the correct size, then I think it may be possible that this bracket (with the red arrow pointing to it) on your 149 is upside down. It should be like the one in the picture below. If it is turned upside down, then it is likely that your pto engagement linkage is a bit too low causing the interference. It is possible that someone took it off for a restore/whatever and put it on upside down. There is a roll pin that goes through that bracket to hold it on to the end of the pto engage handle. If yours is upside down, it would be an easy fix.
It wouldn't work if it we're on backwards. If it were backwards the it would be disengageed when the handle is forward and engaged when the handle is back, there's nothing to hold the handle in the forward position so the PTO would never shut off.
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It wouldn't work if it we're on backwards. If it were backwards the it would be disengageed when the handle is forward and engaged when the handle is back, there's nothing to hold the handle in the forward position so the PTO would never shut off.
Your a smart feller there Tim.

Maybe he has one of the funny S/G on his where it has to go over the PTO rod.
Both of these are cub ones.
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O.P. has the yellow one.

And the pictures of the other 149's appear to have shorter mounting "ears".
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I have several like that also.
Wont work on some, like a 14HP.
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Could the generator adjustment brace be upside down? Just a thought, it would make the belt ride different.
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sorry it took me so long, it is fixed. started checking all the belts, didn't appear that any of them were correct. guess the guy i got it from just threw some belts on it so it would work. we good now! thanks guys!
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Sorry for the long layoff, work's been killing me. I've had her torn apart for a while, SLOWLY giving her a facelift. Rebuilt steering box, pulled engine and replaced axle pivot pin with a 3/4 grade 8, replaced wheel bearings, relined rear brakes, still painting; BUT, the other day I did figure out that the belt was too short! Just accepted a new position at work, better but about double my hours every week with the amt of call that I will be on. If I ever get er done, I post some more pics. Thanks everyone!
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