How To Replace The Belt On A TSCAR-8H 8" Gas Concrete Scarifier

The Tomahawk TSCAR-8H 8" Gas Concrete Scarifier is perfect for sidewalk trip hazard repair, floor cleaning and preparation, as well as, concrete, coating, traffic line, and marking removal.

Concrete scarifiers contain a belt that is located inside the belt cover, on the side of the scarifier. 

The belt should always be in good condition to keep the machine running smoothly. If it becomes worn out or torn, replace it immediately. 

NOTE: The replacement belt fits 2019 and newer models.


Follow these steps to install your new belt: 


What You Will Need 

  • Concrete Scarifier 
  • Belt 
  • Allen Wrench 
  • Screwdriver 



Step 1:

Use an Allen wrench to unscrew both screws from the belt cover.

Step 2:

Remove the belt cover.

Step 3:

Pop out the belts one by one.

Tip: Use a screwdriver to pry the belt off the pulley

Step 4: 

Insert new belts one by one.

Tip: Use a screwdriver to lift the belt and slide it onto the pulley

Step 5:

Cover with the belt cover.

Step 6:

Use an Allen wrench to secure the belt cover by screwing in both screws.


Your concrete scarifier is now ready to use! 


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