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    Default 267-H drive belt.

    I have a Wheel Horse/Toro 267-H and probably need to change the drive belt on it. I've read that it's a pain in the rear. Is it as bad as I've been told and if so, are there any short cuts?

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    Default Re: 267-H drive belt.

    Well, I changed it. Like the book says, it needs to be raised in order to do the job. I would suggest about 1.5 to 2 feet off the ground. Then place some dry leaves, straw, or pine needles under it. Set the leaves on fire, walk a safe distance away, and enjoy a cold beer as that crappy designed POS goes up in flames. Phew!

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