- Jul 29, 2018
bolt on a metal disc to be safer shouldn't be hard. I'll have to get one of these and mess with it for my next HT bike
Should also be fastened close to the outer edge to prevent flex, in a few spots. Run into that with my mower deck when it started to get lose. ........Curtbolt on a metal disc to be safer shouldn't be hard. I'll have to get one of these and mess with it for my next HT bike
Cam belts on DOHC car engines run for 60k plus at much higher levels of power transfer without any need for side flanges.I still don't see it working without flanges on the pulleys. Just an RCH of misalignment and the belt is gonna throw itself off. The flanged tensioner isn't enough to keep it in line. I think a better way would be a multi-V belt with a stiff tension spring to prevent slipping.
Maybe this will help, just about anything you want.............Curt http://www.sdp-si.com/products/Timing-Belt-Pulleys/index.phpNow you've got me drooling over a belt drive for my nexus hub... thanks a lot. Good thing they are very much out of my price range or it would be a splurge buy... It would hook right up to my shift kit without any fuss. Now i'm looking to see if there are belt options for all 3 of my chains (not v belt).