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    New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    I put my new to me, Darra James table saw back together yesterday. One of the 2 belts is a LOT looser than the other. Below is the identifying numbers/information on the one that fits nice and tight. The other one almost flaps around and I'm sure isn't offering a lot of traction.

    I haven't even started to look yet, so figured I'd ask here first. Any suggestions on where to go/look for a replacement? Brand is Dayco / Top Cog or dog?

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Napa???

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Check auto parts stores near you. One of the Advanced Auto's in Cary has it in stock.

    Also looks like you can order from Amazon

    https://www.amazon.com/Dayco-17625-V-Belt/dp/B000C0TATK

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    go with the link belts, smoother and you make your own

    https://www.amazon.com/Accu-Link%C2%.../dp/B00A9ZNDJQ

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Measure twice... cut once... SCREAM LOUDLY... get another board

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Another suggestion, take better belt with you and stop in at Agrisupply in Garner. They should have one that will fill your needs.

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Quote Originally Posted by junquecol View Post
    Another suggestion, take better belt with you and stop in at Agrisupply in Garner. They should have one that will fill your needs.
    Almost stopped there on the way home today. Ya'll got me thinking about the link belts.

    Thanks!!

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Agri Supply, buy matched set
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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Yes do get a matched set.
    When the belt is made it is stretched in a machine to see the finished length then a small code is stamped in the belt.
    So the letter designation is the width of the belt the number is the belt length and the code is the stretched length in tenths of an inch.

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    Another vote for link belts...quieter, smoother, easier.

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    I remember when linked belts came out they targeted the HVAC industry. They were used as a temp belt till a proper belt could be ordered.

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    Re: New belts for table saw. Where to find?

    If you take one into Napa, they have machine belts. Or use links belts, more gooder.

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