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Author: Subject: where to get small v belts for pillar drill
MikeR

posted on 14/7/19 at 08:43 PM Reply With Quote
where to get small v belts for pillar drill

I'm trying to find a source of small v belts for my pillar drill. The belts are non standard - 7mm wide by 5mm deep. Both belts are short, 448 and 462 (approx, can't remember exactly right now)

Where can I buy replacements? Tried googling and can't find anything. Ideally I'd like online as I work silly hours.

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r1_pete

posted on 14/7/19 at 09:52 PM Reply With Quote
They sound the same as the ones in my Clarke drill, try Machine Mart, I think you can download parts lists.
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40inches

posted on 14/7/19 at 10:11 PM Reply With Quote
If it's the Clarke type I got a pair a year ago, Simpl y bearings
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r1_pete

posted on 14/7/19 at 11:27 PM Reply With Quote
Thats good to know Dave, I think mine is getting ready for a set, Ive used Simply a lot for bearings and bushes, great service....
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nick205

posted on 15/7/19 at 07:55 AM Reply With Quote
Do Clarke themselves not sell spares or maybe provide a list of companies that do?
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MikeR

posted on 15/7/19 at 08:11 AM Reply With Quote
My problem is the sizes are very specific. Being nave I've been looking for those exact sizes. Simple bearings have standard sizes. I'll give the closest standard sizes a go. Does it matter if the current belt is flat and the new one is ribbed?
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nick205

posted on 15/7/19 at 09:39 AM Reply With Quote
Ribbed and flat belts will have a different surface area of contact between the belt and pulley so the ribbed belt could slip on the pulley wheel more easily than a smooth belt.
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