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Post by dangermandave on Thu Aug 14 2014, 11:38

hi everyone i have a lister d driving a sawbench i converted it from flat belt to vee belt now it wont start with the the vee belt on as soon as you take the vee belt off it starts no problem anybody any idea why this might be      many thanks    danarmdave        (dangermandave)

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Post by callum12 on Thu Aug 14 2014, 12:36

my be because of the belt you can't get enough speed when cranking?

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Re: lister d driving sawbench

Post by Locknut on Thu Aug 14 2014, 14:04

Hi,
Just a thought,but is the belt too tight?
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Post by callum12 on Thu Aug 14 2014, 16:44

that's my thinking, it would certainly make cranking harder not good for the bearing either.

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Re: lister d driving sawbench

Post by dangermandave on Fri Aug 15 2014, 08:12

hi i will make a brammer belt and try that thank you danarmdave

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Post by dangermandave on Fri Aug 15 2014, 11:43

hi i have made a brammer belt and its very slack but does not make any difference dave k i have been told that a plug can spark when out and when in but put under load it can fail ?

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Re: lister d driving sawbench

Post by dangermandave on Fri Sep 26 2014, 17:10

stuck another mag on probs solved thanks to billy purves cheers

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Re: lister d driving sawbench

Post by billypurves on Fri Sep 26 2014, 20:44

You are very welcome, young man!

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