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Old 08-20-2008, 03:16 PM   #1
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I remember reading a thread a while back where someone had gone to an industrial supplier to buy belts for their Losi car. I think it was a XXX-S, but I dont remember. I tried to search for the thread, but I didnt find it. Does anyone remember this discussion?
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Are you having trouble getting stock replacement belts, or are you looking for a source to get around stock belts?
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pm me the size of the belt (mm's or count the teeth) and ill find you a belt or get one made for you!!
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Are you having trouble getting stock replacement belts, or are you looking for a source to get around stock belts?
The stock belts are too short, atleast for my orignal XX-4. They never loosen up, they just break.

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pm me the size of the belt (mm's or count the teeth) and ill find you a belt or get one made for you!!

Sweet, pm on the way.
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The stock belts are too short, atleast for my orignal XX-4. They never loosen up, they just break.




Sweet, pm on the way.
if you go up one more tooth the belt is going to be 3mm's longer.
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it is a 2mm pitch belt, so one more tooth will be 2mm longer. The belts are tight like guitar strings, so 2mm may work.
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it is a 2mm pitch belt, so one more tooth will be 2mm longer. The belts are tight like guitar strings, so 2mm may work.
yes you are correct i tought it was a 3mr pitch belt
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