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    Default Poly Vee Pulley groove dimention source?

    Have to make a Poly-Vee pulley and wondered if anyone here has seen maybe a chart or drawing spec on the groove angle, spacing, and depth for the various sizes?
    Google came up empty....

    I don't have the specific size yet but I will shortly.

    EDIT: The motor pulley is a 10J45P so I think this is a J or PJ size range ??

    thanks

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    It's in Gates cats & literature,........... website??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimitup View Post
    Vee belts are not the same as Poly V belts by any stretch (pun intended) :-)

    You could Try www.naismith.com.au

    They have a document which gives groove pitch & depth and belt thickness (but not angle, which is 40 deg incl. in all cases, or radii)

    For the full deal, google Conti-V MultiRib and download the 4770 kB pdf from the Continental website, look on p11

    It's currently at
    http://www.contitech.de/pages/produk...irib_de_en.pdf

    This is an absolute gold mine on Poly V applications, including twisted-belt installations, which I am currently involved in

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    Thanks Troup,

    Good pun, I realized that shortly after I hastily posted when I remembered the keyword POLY. I've been wanting to cut some some poly vee pulleys myself. I think your second link answered everything I wanted to know about poly vee drives. (and probably dkmc's)

    P.S. I just now happened on this link, tooling to cut poly vees. At the bottom of the PDF they show poly groove dimensions.
    http://www.toolflo.com/cats/Automotive.pdf


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