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$ for Belt Dr. adapter

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MN Bob

08-28-2000 05:50:45

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I have an Belt drive for the PTO but no equipment. I have been ask if I would sell. I do not mind just keeping it around but wonder what a fair value is? It is in good condition and does spin when installed. There is one small dent in the outer edge of the pully. Any ideas or suggestions for sites with average prices? Thanks, Bob

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Mike S

08-28-2000 06:10:40

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 Re: $ for Belt Dr. adapter in reply to MN Bob, 08-28-2000 05:50:45  
I bought my first one for $25. Got two more when I bought a cordwood saw for $150. I've seen them as high as $100. If it works good, keep it, you just might find a use for it. One of the ones I got with the saw had a fanbelt pulley on it. The guy ran a generator off of it. Came in handy, he said, when a tree blew down and hit a power pole and they were without power one winter.

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Frank Reeves

05-19-2002 07:21:38

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 Re: Re: $ for Belt Dr. adapter in reply to Mike S, 08-28-2000 06:10:40  
I have a flat belt adaptor for my 8N which I hope to use to drive a 1910 Mumford shingle saw when I have rebuilt the engine of my 8N. I'd like advice about the ratio of the adaptor(2:1?) and what an ideal engine speed is for the 8N.The saw should run at 1200 rpm. I'm also looking for another flat belt adaptor for a friend's restored 9N. I'm somewhat new to this so any info or sources appreciated.

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