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Line Shaft, Pulleys and Belting Link Options
Old 03-22-2005 12:47:17 AM
Description: There are many good methods of fastening the ends of belts together, but lacing is generally used, as it is flexible like the belt itself, and runs noiselessly over the pulleys. The ends to be laced should be cut squarely across, and the holes in each end for the lacings should be exactly opposite each other when the ends are brought together.
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Tags: belts, lineshaft, shafts, cone, open, crossed, rope, drives
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