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    What is a good sure-pik belt?

    [ November 06, 2001: Message edited by: geminix ]

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    Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

    GEMINIX:did you say crap or krud!
    I think I rember reading on the threads here that STAHL'S 70s has a few different types of belts.there number is 612 432 2231.
    good luck with the crud. crudweiser
    there sure is a lot of crap being made these days. [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/mad.gif[/img]
    if things aren't going right just use a bigger hammer! DIRT

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      Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

      oooops don't know what happened on the last post?
      GEMINIX;you say crap or krud!
      I think I rember reading on the threads
      here that STAHL'S 70S has a few different
      types of belts.there number is 612 432 2231
      good luck with the crud.
      there sure is a lot of crap being made
      these days. [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/mad.gif[/img] crudweiser
      if things aren't going right just use a bigger hammer! DIRT

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      • #4
        Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

        i personally prefer the AMF black belt much better. the surface of the belt will grab anything...and the "ribbed" underside allows it to curve around the sure-pik pulley's without seperating the v-belt from the mating surface

        my two vantage black belts have been on for five years i think and will be replacing them soon...the top surface of the belt has worn through and is causin underlanes on 15 & 16.

        i replaced my last orange belt last month.....they were undoubtedly a longlasting belt....but is not as oil friendly as the new AMF belt.

        just my own miandering opinion

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        • #5
          Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

          i think you must have been reerring to the vantage blue belts. if you were i think there should have been a recall on those in '95...LOL did yours say made in india on the back also??? [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif[/img]

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          • #6
            Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

            WOW! I've been just waiting for this one!
            Those Vantage blue belts really take the cake! They reinforced the v-guide with steel cords that cut through and destroy the belt lengthwise in as little as 5 monnths for me!
            Called Vantage and told them of the problem...said they would "look into it" even though they haven't had any other complaints (YEAH, RIGHT!! ) This was nearly two years ago and they still sell the same crap! [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/mad.gif[/img]

            AMF grips great, but we have to clean the backs of the belts monthly to remove the crud from the "V", otherwise the belt tends to jump the pulley more easily.

            An alternative black grippy belt is made by Gates and sold exclusively by Quality (that's right, Brunswick). It has a solid "V" guide and works great. However, if you have C-90 SurePiks, they are a little too thick for the pinch guard.

            I've recently been using Ace Mitchell's exclusive red belt. Part number has "AM" in front of it. Works great and is only about $44 (same for ball lift is about $65). Looks just like the original Gates Red one. Don't know about durability, yet.

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            • #7
              Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

              Durability on the Ace belt is good. And you cant beat the price!

              king

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              • #8
                Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                once the backing of the AMF belt peels itself to suit the pulley's......thats my little explanation...LOL..the peeling stops and runs great!!!

                anyhow....FLEX!!!...thats the word i was tryin to think of this afternoon.....the ribbing allows the belt to FLEX around the small sure-pik pulleys without the V seperating from the surface............whew....my brains tired now...lol

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                  Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                  [ November 06, 2001: Message edited by: geminix ]

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                  • #10
                    Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                    Geminix: Ace Mitchell is a supplier out of Ohio. I don't have their number with me at home, but take a look at their web (www.acemitchell.com). They are also one of the AMF parts distributors.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                      The number for Ace Mitchell is 1-800-321-0309
                      The 45/70 Goverment is the only Goverment I trust

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                      • #12
                        Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                        Thank you much!

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                        • #13
                          Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                          Thank you much!

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                          • #14
                            Re: Sure-Pik 190-001 305 Belts

                            you guys are right on! Those vantage belts suck. We had those on all our lanes at one time, but we ended up swithcing to the black AMF belts because of oil problems. They've been on for two months now and no probs. yet.

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