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    Default Rivett 1020s Reeves Drive Belts

    I recently purchased a 1020s. The Worthington model c allspeed drive was taken apart when I got it. I've now got it back together but the belts that came with it are clearly incorrect. It takes 2 vee belts that appear to be about 1 inch in width and I'm hoping someone might be able to tell me the correct model of belt used as I'd rather not have to play the guessing game. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TanglewoodTool View Post
    I recently purchased a 1020s. The Worthington model c allspeed drive was taken apart when I got it. I've now got it back together but the belts that came with it are clearly incorrect. It takes 2 vee belts that appear to be about 1 inch in width and I'm hoping someone might be able to tell me the correct model of belt used as I'd rather not have to play the guessing game. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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    Any markings on the belts at all?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TanglewoodTool View Post
    I recently purchased a 1020s. The Worthington model c allspeed drive was taken apart when I got it. I've now got it back together but the belts that came with it are clearly incorrect. It takes 2 vee belts that appear to be about 1 inch in width and I'm hoping someone might be able to tell me the correct model of belt used as I'd rather not have to play the guessing game. Your help is greatly appreciated.
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    And a picture of your drive would be a big help.


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    1922 v363. They're Goodyears and appear brand new. Could be the right width but most definitely too short. From the looks of it the previous owner couldn't get them on either.

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    I'll post a picture tomorrow 👍

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    Default Rivett 1020s Reeves Drive Belts

    Picture definitely helps. If it looks like the same drive as mine I can look and see if my belts have any markings that may help you. From some other post somewhere I believe that my drive is a US Motors Varispeed drive. Iíve seen at least two different configurations for the variable speed drive.

    Does it look like this with the two pulleys and single belt or is it 4 pulleys and 2 belts?




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    Unfortunately even if it does look like mine I canít find any part number or other markings on the belt. I can however wrap a string around it and take a measurement of the length as well as measure the width and thickness.


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    Sorry, itís late. I see from your original post you mention 2 belts, plural. And from Google searches Iím guessing you have the 2 belts, 4 pulley arrangement.


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    Yes it's the 4 pulley setup. I'm unfortunately having trouble uploading a picture from my phone, I'll try using my computer later. Thank you for your quick responses

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanglewoodTool View Post
    Yes it's the 4 pulley setup. I'm unfortunately having trouble uploading a picture from my phone, I'll try using my computer later. Thank you for your quick responses
    Unfortunately I canít offer much help as mine is different. Try Tapatalk. I find it much easier to use for uploading pictures.


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    Alright so I ended up calling upon my high school geometry skills and calculated a rough belt length. I did a search and purchased the closest one I could find, which was 1922V381 GATES OEM Equivalent Variable Speed Belt. I have now had those belts on the machine for 4 months without problem. So I think its safe to say they're the right ones. Thanks again for your replys

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanglewoodTool View Post
    Alright so I ended up calling upon my high school geometry skills and calculated a rough belt length. I did a search and purchased the closest one I could find, which was 1922V381 GATES OEM Equivalent Variable Speed Belt. I have now had those belts on the machine for 4 months without problem. So I think its safe to say they're the right ones. Thanks again for your replys

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    Good to know. Thanks for the update.


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    My 1954 1020s has a four pulley drive with numbers on both belts. (1828v368)


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