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Possibly it is part of the larger assembly which also doesn't seem to be labeled. I wouldn't give up without checking e-bay first. Also see if you can get a Ryobi CSR on the phone to help you out.
 

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thanks! It actually starts and runs perfect, but once it gets hot the sprocket is
worn so it throws the belt. Ill find it. Ill call Ryobi in the morning. Anyone ever deal with them?

Thanks
 
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