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Small Petrol Chipper Drive Belt help

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Hi, all

Having a few issues as my chipper chewed up its 2 drive belts and I'm struggling to find the spec to replace them. The Chipper was second hand and is, as far as I can see, unbranded. the user guide for it contains every bit of info except for the belt spec. I've attached a pic of the chipper in question so everyone can get a rough idea of the size, but all i know is that they are V-belts and one is possibly slightly bigger than the other.

does anyone have any experience with this that they could shed some light on?

many thanks

Kris 

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Measure the depth of both pulleys and take the old belts to a belt supplier,  they should be able to use their experience to gauge the belts and supply a matched pair.

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