- Thank you.Message 1 of 8 , Feb 11, 2013View SourceThank you.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ed wrote:
> Welcome to the group.
> Difficult to get a belt number, too many variables. Take your belt to
> NAPA, they can measure it properly, then you can decide on a size
> you want. Ask if you can exchange it if it to to big or small. Have
> fun because they get that deer in the head lights look when you do
> not have a car year, make, and model.
> Ed S
> At 03:05 PM 2/11/2013, you wrote:
> > Maybe NAPA would have it?
- ... This is probably close: href= http://www.usabearingsandbelts.com/m7/B35%205L380--b35-or-5l380-v-belt.html Go up one level for more selections. KeithMessage 2 of 8 , Feb 11, 2013View SourceOn Mon, 11 Feb 2013 20:05:06 -0000, you wrote:
>Hi All,This is probably close:
>I am new to the group and you can call me Buck, or Buckskin...... I feel like there was divine intervention when I found this group earlier, today. I aquired a SBL 10k, model A, several months back and it was partially disassembled, but I have the QC gears, the carrage and various parts reassembled now and in good working order. The headstock was intact and I have some drag/binding issues that I am working on that I will post later if I do not resolve the problem after reading messages already posted to the group.
>But, my question now is about the V drive belt underneath in the cabinet. I replaced the flat belt, so no problem there. But, the V belt is old and ragged and slips. I measured the length of the belt at 39.75" (OD) X 5/8" wide at top. The belt reads South Bend Lathe CE-SL400 (can't make out the other number.) Anyhow, the SB product data indicates that their are two different lentgh 5/8" belts. One is 38" and the other is 40". I am sure I will need the 38" as my motor adjustment is at the max and this 39.75" slips. Do any of you know of a replacement belt number(s) for my old belt? Maybe NAPA would have it?
Go up one level for more selections.
Keith Bowers WB4LSJ- Thomasville, NC
- Please trim your reply. Quote only enough, of the previous post , to maintain the thread. Jim B ModeratorMessage 3 of 8 , Feb 11, 2013View SourcePlease trim your reply.
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