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Torn Hog Belt

05/17/2012 12:21 AM

is an engle cut the best method to keep a torn hog belt from tearing too much before change out?

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Re: torn hog belt

05/17/2012 1:03 AM

Probably. Another idea that may help is to round the inside corners of any v-notches that result.

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Re: torn hog belt

05/17/2012 1:11 AM

Thank you much sir,like the Latin...leegee ha goongah hesh lay away she ash I eeh.. it will always find its way.

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Re: Torn Cog Belt?

05/18/2012 12:27 AM

Here's a buckle for your belt.

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Re: Torn Hog Belt

05/19/2012 6:47 PM

you might want to advise how to cut the belt in relation to rotation

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