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  1. #1
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    Default cub 190-303-100 snow blower

    i have the above mentioned blower attached to my 2135 cub, and when i engage the pto, the belt slips off of the idler pulley and wedges itself between the pulley and it's arm, which starts to stall the engine/burn the belt.
    it's a new belt, and what i've noticed is that the idler pulley, along with the tandem, blower/auger pulleys are not in alignment
    /horizontal with the belt. in the factory? mounts, they're all tipped 'backward' a few degrees from vertical.
    the local cub dealer doesn't have any bulletins from cub or suggestions

    anyone have a suggestion?

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    Default Re: cub 190-303-100 snow blower

    It's so hard to tell but it sounds like the linkages might be bent.

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    Default Re: cub 190-303-100 snow blower

    hey art, thanks for the prompt reply

    the linkages? there aren't any. and the puzzling thing is that, the idler arm looks like if it did have a compound bend, the belt would line up with it's pulley and the main pulley a lot better. but everything looks just like it does in the manual that i downloaded; straight, and a tad out of alignment. ?

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    Default Re: cub 190-303-100 snow blower

    I have the same snowblower but the idler arm has no bends in it at all and it seems to be running perfectly fine. I can send you pictures of any of the parts if you want.

    I'm trying to find a copy of the manual. Could you email me a copy?

    regards,

    cliff

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