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You put up V-belt racking in the basement.

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Was thinking I wanted to put my new Simplicity belts on racking so they wouldn't get twisted laying in a box in the hot shed. I put up five racks, total. May put up more.

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OkieGT

Very nice, I know where to get NOS belts, he he. Okay, now that your the belt man, was the PTO belt on a AC/Simplicity 700/7000 (or other models) made in increments of less than 1 inch, like 78.3 or something like that, and does a OEM belt work and last longer?

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Chris727

Mike, Sorry but no on the belts. The Allis belts are for display only (most are hard as a rock anyway). The Simplicity belts were mostly selected from dealer closeouts or bought on eBay because they were part numbers for applications I use.

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OkieGT
quote:Originally posted by Chris727

Mike, Sorry but no on the belts. The Allis belts are for display only (most are hard as a rock anyway). The Simplicity belts were mostly selected from dealer closeouts or bought on eBay because they were part numbers for applications I use.


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id="quote">Thanks Chris, hey a guy gotta ask, right.

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