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How do you route a John Deere belt?

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A John Deere belt is routed around the idler, run past the cap screws, routed around the brake assembly, and then run around the far side of the tensioning idler. After the belt is routed, align the brake assembly with the right spindle sheave and tighten the self-tapping cap screws.

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John Deere is an American company that manufactures a vast variety of landscaping and construction machinery. While John Deere machinery can be found at construction sites and farms around the world, the average American consumer likely recognizes John Deere as one of the most popular lawn mower producers. John Deere also has a number of subsidiary companies that manufacture companion products to its machinery.

Headquartered in Moline, Illinois, the John Deere company sports one of the most recognizable logos in the United States, which has found popularity in popular culture. The John Deere logo features a yellow deer mid-leap against a bright green rectangular backdrop. A yellow trim runs just inside this bright green rectangle. In previous versions of the logo, the deer has been leaping over a log. The logo is finished off by "John Deere" in a distinctive font underneath the deer. The company logo is typically accompanied by its slogan, "Nothing runs like a Deere."

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