Lumberjocks, I need a source for 6" X 48" sanding belts in 250 to 320 grit belts.

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07-22-2012 04:05 PM

Topic tags/keywords: source for 6 x 48 sanding belts 6 x 48 sanding belts 250 grit sanding belts 280 grit sanding belts 320 grit sanding belts sanding belts

Lumberjocks, I need a good source for good but affordable 6” X 48” 250, 280, and 320 grit sanding belts. Do you know of such a source where they stock it and allow you to buy 1 or 2 pieces of each or a combination of a half dozen mixed grits? If they also stock the lower grits but allow you to mix the grits I could buy 1 dozen at a time. Thanks

helluvawreck aka Charles

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#1 posted 07-22-2012 04:24 PM

Don’t know that I’ve ever seen 250, 220 is pretty common and I’ve seen 240 though. This place has 240 and 320 but you have to buy them in 10 packs, maybe you could get them to mix.

Norton makes them too in 220, 240, & 320 if you can find someone that carries Norton which is pretty common and if they don’t have them they can probably order them. Woodcraft carries Norton 220 grit so they could probably get 240 & 320 for you. The 10 pack price is kind of attractive in that it seems to be half the single piece price. But 10 would last a long time, at least for me probably.

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#2 posted 07-22-2012 04:25 PM

Klingspor... a Favorite of many... including Sam Maloof...
Looks like the Gold belts are the closest to what you want.

If you are a member of North Carolina Woodworkers, you may be able to get a 10% discount.


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#3 posted 07-22-2012 04:26 PM

Try Industrial Abrasives

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#4 posted 07-22-2012 05:01 PM

Good and cheap is kinda hard to find. Klingspoor would be my bet.


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#5 posted 07-22-2012 05:34 PM

Here’s another possibility-

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#6 posted 07-22-2012 06:11 PM

There is a Canadian outfit called “The Stockroom” that I think has what you need. Good to deal with.

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#7 posted 07-22-2012 06:28 PM

lew beat me to that suggestion….Supergrit.

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#8 posted 07-23-2012 02:43 AM

I buy mine from Supergrit or Grizzly.

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#9 posted 07-23-2012 02:49 PM

I appreciate the info, folks. Thanks.


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#10 posted 07-23-2012 04:17 PM

Klingspor Woodworking Shop

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