Yep, like Coaledsweat said, green belts are where it's at. Last virtually forever when they shouldn't.
That Dayton held up pretty good. Didn't even bust!
Looks alot like my neighbors Cub Cadet tractor belt. The drive pulley is on the front of the engine perpendicular to the ground, so the belt goes around that straight down to the ground, then takes a 90° turn to the rear over two 3" or so pulleys, AND twists 90°, then goes on it's way to driving the deck! The belt looked just like that Dayton there 3 seasons ago! I just replaced it for them in May - I have it in my parts hall of fame. Amazing that thing didn't break! Now THAT'S quality! Mowed tall grass and everything!
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