I recently ordered a new drive belt for a Kubota MMM from a large online Kubota part dealer (you would all recognize the name). The belt arrived with the correct part number on the cardboard sleeve, but a one-different number on the belt. I could find no information online about the stamped number (except for non-Kabota sellers saying their belt would fit this number belt along with other Kubota belts). I complained to the dealer about this discrepancy and its response was that "all Kubota dealers know" that Kubota manufactures belts stamped with a different part number than what was ordered but they are the same. I protested that I was not a Kubota dealer (and believe most of their customers are not) and had no way of knowing that. Is that true? That a Kubota owner should just trust that a part number stamped with a different number than the correct part and the part ordered, is the same? Would you just go on and go through the installation process without knowing?