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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by les, Mar 16, 2007.

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  1. les

    les Guest

    hello....
    I still have lots of great old stuff needing belts and idlers.
    Dalbani in Florida was a good source way back when.
    But now I don't know who still has this stuff.
    You would think China would be in on this....(look at the
    vaccuum tube industry)
    Does anyone has suggesations?
    Help ! Thanks.
    Les
     
  2. MCM, East Coast Transistor parts, Russell Industries (Formerly PRB and EV
    Game).

    Mark Z.
     
  3. lakewood

    lakewood Guest

    bottle. available at
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    have used o-rings for replacements on v-pully system,

    flat and treaded types may often be found at Berg, and other high tech
    miniature mechanical jobbers. digikey, amstal, and surplus sites posssible
    sources

    big rubber bands have been used as temporary quicky, not good for long
    though.

    consider custom made from rubberized fabric, bonded into loops or glued.

    be another mother, (of invention that is)
     
  5. JR North

    JR North Guest

  6. Guest

    Guest Guest

    : hello....
    : I still have lots of great old stuff needing belts and idlers.
    : Dalbani in Florida was a good source way back when.
    : But now I don't know who still has this stuff.
    : You would think China would be in on this....(look at the
    : vaccuum tube industry)
    : Does anyone has suggesations?
    : Help ! Thanks.
    : Les


    Try www.iglou.com/studiosound/ Many belts and parts for VCRs and
    turntables, etc.
     
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