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Old 06-16-2021, 09:10 PM
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Hello All,

While mowing today I broke a deck belt on my 48 inch 482U111, which is mounted on the 124. I couldn't get the Cub Parts via Diagram lookup to come up on the ole computer for some reason. Looking in the technical section on here, I was able to determine that the proper belts are, Drive Belt: IH-473462-R4 and the Deck Belt: IH-481099-R2. I am just looking for some confirmation that those are correct
as I get a little lost sometimes in all these numbers.

Also if someone knows of a good way to cross reference those to some other brands I would welcome the advice. Just in case the Cub Belts are bit out of the budget.

Thanks,

Ken
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Old 06-16-2021, 11:27 PM
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I think that 481099 is for a pin on deck on the 1X2 and 70/100. IH-489399-R1 Is for the 124.
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Old 06-17-2021, 06:37 AM
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In going to the CPE-2 Parts Catalog, I come up with 124 (w/QA) and a 482U deck:
IH-489399-R1 Spindle (deck) Belt
IH-489397-R3 PTO (drive) Belt
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Old 06-17-2021, 08:22 AM
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Thanks guys, good thing I asked eh? I surely get lost in all these numbers
for parts. I so miss the days when I could walk into a mower shop, tell
them what I needed and get good help. Sure am grateful for the help here.

Ken
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In going to the CPE-2 Parts Catalog, I come up with 124 (w/QA) and a 482U deck:
IH-489399-R1 Spindle (deck) Belt
IH-489397-R3 PTO (drive) Belt
I agree on the spindle belt,
however I think the pto belt could be either 490489-R2 or 489397-R3 depending on ??. Best to measure old belts.
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The 490489-R2 is for 38" and 42" Mower Decks.
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The broken belt measures 3/8 x 79 which doesn't match up with the
chart. Am thinking that maybe the one that broke was the wrong one
to begin with. I got quite a few hours out of it but it was on the deck when
I bought it.

Ken
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The 490489-R2 is for 38" and 42" Mower Decks.
I agree. I was just trying to add to the confusion.
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Managed to find a IH-489399-R1 locally ( only 2 hrs round trip) .
It was 1/2x80. Fit perfectly and I am back to mowing with it. I get
nervous when I only have one mower going. Thanks to your help I am
back in 2 mowers. Obviously the one on the deck when I bought it was'
not even close to the right one.

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