Maintenance Mode: Combine Belts

posted on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 in Blog

Remove, Replace, Review

Combine belt maintenance is a critical component to overall machine health, and can easily be done in your shop or the field. Use the three steps below and the handy reference guide to inspect and replace any belt on your combine. 

  1. Remove and inspect all old belts for damage and wear.
  2. Replace worn and damaged belts with new John Deere belts. John Deere belts are designed specifically for John Deere equipment, and are engineered to perform better than any competitor. 
  3. Review belt placement for proper alignment and tension.

Need belts? Contact your local parts department for a full selection of John Deere and A&I belts.

Image: SEMA Equipment