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PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:49 am 
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I had a belt go on my power drill and hope someone can point me in the right direction to a place that sells them. My searches have lead me nowhere. I have a Wolf twelve speed drill which I brought second hand. From what I can see the present belt from motor to middle spindle was the wrong type. I haven't opened it up before now. I have no idea how the larger belt was fixed. But the secondary belt info says its a K462 11 24. Well they are the numbers and I am guessing the motor belt would be the same as its equidistant apart. Hope you can assist, thanks


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There was a thread on here ages back where a guy was searching for a rare belt for a woodworking machine. Someone found a really good site I recall but I cannot find the thread????

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PS Just found this link in my bookmarks https://www.bearing-king.co.uk/bearings ... edge-belts might be worth a call.



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I got a new belt for a planer some time ago from these people below, don't know if they'll have your part or not, but worth a look or an email.

http://www.powertoolspares.com/

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WOW thanks guys. I appreciate your help. A BIG thank you.


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I've found these people good for belts as well.
http://bearingshopuk.co.uk/index.asp


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We get a lot of belts from a local bearing stockist, just need the size
Z =10mm, A = 13mm across
XPZ cogged belt
SPZ solid belt

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Not advice specifically for this post but relevant I think. Whenever you have a tool that uses belts, such a buying a new planer for instance. Open it up and write down the info on the belt somewhere safe, either in a notebook for that purpose or if you have tne instruction manual do it in there. Reason being most tools, especially modern power tools do not give belt specifics out, they want you to buy spares only from them even though in 99% of cases they are generic off the shelf parts. By the time the belt fail, any info markings are long gone so do it now while you can and replacement will be a lot easier and much cheaper in the future.



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