i have a Harbor Freight and am trying to put a link belt (1/2 inch wide
on the pulley and it does not seem to fall completely into the groves.
1/2 inch is the size of the original belt but of course it is kind o
tapered on the inside. Can someone tell me what is the size to use fo
the link belt? 5/8 or even 3/8. thanks for any hel
Especially when you ask really dumb questions. Read the question again:
A Harbor Freight WHAT I ask again. Drill press? Table saw? Jointer?
Lathe? What model? How the hell can anyone answer this question as asked?
To tell you what width of belt you need, first the answerer would need to
know exactly what machine and model you have, and then the answerer would
need to be familiar with that machine so s/he could know what kind of
pulleys and whatnots it has. All machines at Harbor Freight are not
So I was attempting to prompt the original poster (you?) for more
information, so that his question might be answered in a useful way.
Excuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuse me. Asshole.
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sorry. It was late and I just was not typing well. it's a bandsaw.
figured out my mistake though. The belt was put on backward. th
side with the ridges was supposed to be facing the pulley and the arro
on the belt was to be in the direction the pulley turns.
1/2 is the right size. All is well now. This may help someon
else with the need for the same info
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