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  1. you might find it difficult to get an 8 rib J...

    you might find it difficult to get an 8 rib J section motor pulley that small...a 6 will do fine....might even be best...IDK.:)
  2. when you reply you will see a box at the top that...

    when you reply you will see a box at the top that looks like a tree in a picture frame...click that to link pics.

    i would go with at least a 6 rib...thats about 3/4" wide IIRC...i "think" the...
  3. theres really not much advantage to using a...

    theres really not much advantage to using a grooved spindle pulley....plus its a PITA and requires some modification of your orginal part....you may want to get the original set up working again...
  4. for the record....your spindle pulley does not...

    for the record....your spindle pulley does not need to be grooved for the belt.

    and if you want to work the maths...its not the diameter...its the circumference you need to figure...as if it were...
  5. just in case.... poly v = *serpentine...

    just in case....
    poly v = *serpentine belt*....so yes, flat belt.:)

    im in total agreement on the smaller size motor pulley....keep in mind at 90hz your 1140rpm motor effectively becomes a 1725ish...
  6. pics of what you have now of the drive parts will...

    pics of what you have now of the drive parts will help.
    someone might have what youre missing.
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