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Re: Cement mixer gurus (and geometry guys)

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jon f mn

06-06-2013 12:11:32

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Would recomend that you use a belt rather than chain tho. Belt drive will give some if you need it to. Never seen one with direct chain drive. We had one just like that on the farm only with an electric motor. The belt will run off the big pulley fine if you get it lined up right and should be a good speed off your reduction motor.

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Brad Buchanan

06-07-2013 16:09:45

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 Re: Cement mixer gurus (and geometry guys) in reply to jon f mn, 06-06-2013 12:11:32  
Hey Jon.

Like the belt idea. Do you mean a standard vee belt or a wide belt?


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jon f mn

06-08-2013 18:38:41

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 Re: Cement mixer gurus (and geometry guys) in reply to Brad Buchanan, 06-07-2013 16:09:45  
V belt will run on a flat pulley you just have to make sure the alignment is good. Depending on the gear reduction you may need a larger pulley on the motor. You will also need to make it so the belt can loosen for starting the motor or it may be difficult to get running. I had one on a sprayer pump and couldn't figure out why it wouldn't start till I loosened the belt then it started right up. They don't have enought hp to start under load.

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Dusty MI

06-08-2013 05:23:48

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 Re: Cement mixer gurus (and geometry guys) in reply to Brad Buchanan, 06-07-2013 16:09:45  
I'm not Jon, but I would think a V-belt would work on the flat pulley on the mixer and a V-pulley on the engine. Better check the speed, with that speed reducer on the engine you might be a little slow.


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