TS belt size?


I'm upgrading my Delta contractor saw drive belt to a power twist. To size it properly I need to know the original belt cross-section (0/3L, A/4L, B/5L, or C). However, my parts diagram doesn't indicate the type of belt. So, if someone knows the type of belt, would you please let me know.
Thanks in advance.
David
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snipped-for-privacy@mailbag.com (David E. Penner) wrote:

Isn't it marked on the belt?
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snipped-for-privacy@milmac.com (Doug Miller) wrote:

The belt has a delta--I assuming-- propiertary (sp?) marking only. Nothing that indicates cross-section like you typically find on a v-belt.
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"David E. Penner" wrote: ...

So measure it...I't bet it's 1/2" B, but that's easily enough to determine...if nothing else take it to the auto-supply house (one that has somebody that knows something other than looking in the catalog and have them size it)...
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