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Forum topic by Bobplumb1 posted 610 days ago 792 views 0 times favorited 8 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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610 days ago

Has anybody found a sutable replacement scoring belt for a delta rt-31 table saw that has been discontinued.


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#1 posted 610 days ago

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#2 posted 610 days ago

The company you gave me invicta said its not made anymore.

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#3 posted 610 days ago

Does the RT-31 use v-belts? AFAIK, most of those saws use three v-belts.
If so, remove one and take it to your local auto parts store. They’ll likely have what you need.
Doesn’t need to be dead-on exact same length. +/- a half inch shouldn’t matter.

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#4 posted 610 days ago

If it’s a V Belt, buy a link belt. I’ve heard that Harbor Freight’s is as good as any.

-- Joe

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#5 posted 610 days ago

The scoring belt is 3/4” wide x 1/8” thick x 26” long it’s similar to a drive belt without the ridges.

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#6 posted 610 days ago

Winchell co. in dallas will likely have it.

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#7 posted 608 days ago

Does anyone have experience or comment on the Lie-Nielsen #8 Jointer. I own other Lie-Nielsen planes and they’re all terrific. I’m debating between a #7 and a #8. I don’t believe I would mind the extra weight of the #8; in fact, I think I would welcome it. As i’m new to this forum if there’s a link to a product review area that I haven’t found just let me know where. Thanks.

-- Keith Engelhart, Minneapolis

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#8 posted 608 days ago

Sorry about that – newbee mistake. I start a new topic.

-- Keith Engelhart, Minneapolis

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