10:16AM | 04/04/05
Member Since: 04/03/05
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I have a Murray Sentinal riding mower model# G3912010 with no belts (I got it cheap) and when I tried to go to the site I got a "Page not available" error. This mower works great, but the hood was replaced with a homemade one, so I can't get the part numbers from the sticker. Does anyone have the numbers or where I can get them? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Jim D

12:53AM | 04/05/05
Member Since: 01/06/01
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WIZMONSTER - hi, I've went through similar searches for parts for an extremely old MTD lawn mower sold under the Hechinger name. Have you tried locating a lawn mower/tractor supply place in your area? Even if they don't carry that particular brand, they'll have parts manuals for research and they can order parts. I found two places online that have been great with replacement parts:

Jack's Small Engines in MD - 1-877-73-PARTS - open from 9 to 5, M-F and 9-12 Saturdays, Eastern Time; here's a link to their Murray Belt website - (copy & paste it into your browser and scroll down the page; you might see a basic description of your mower among the belts listed)

Outdoor Distributors in AL - 1-877-70-PARTS - open from 8 to 4, Central Time. They listed a bunch of Murray belts but you needed to know the belt number/size.

Either place probably has Murray parts manuals and can possibly help you determine what belts you need, as well as maybe locate an owner's/parts manual. I've ordered from both places in the past and have been happy with their service. I hope this helps you - good luck! Jim D/West Point, VA


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