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Old 02-08-2013, 09:43 PM   #16
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I just replaced my pulleys today. The originals are available from a distributor of Fenner Drives products. Fenner doesn't sell direct. I happen to have a local distributor, Motion Industries, Blue Ash, OH. They got me the pulleys in one day.

Nice! Were the originals starting to fail or preventive maintenance? Thank for the info!

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Nice! Were the originals starting to fail or preventive maintenance? Thank for the info!
They were failing. One was very noisy and running hot; the other was not far behind.
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