Accu-Link Belt Instructions
Measuring and Assembling the Accu-Link™ Belt
The Accu-Link Belt is a great way to remove vibration from many tools; drill presses, jointers, band saws, and of course Contractor Style Table Saws, where motor weight determines the belt tension. On Contractor Saws, optimum performance is obtained by replacing the belt, and also replacing the “stock” pulleys with Machined Steel Pulleys. The first step is to match the length of the Accu-Link to the original belt. Lay the original black belt on a flat surface. Lay the Accu-Link belt over the old belt, and determine where it needs to be disassembled to match the length of the old belt. Follow the steps shown below to disassemble the belt.
Compare the size of the belt to the old belt by laying one over the other. Adjust the length of the belt by adding or removing links, as required.
Proper Installation of the Accu-Link Belt
One characteristic of all link belts it that they “ride high” on the pulleys. I have tried to show this in the Illustrations above.
The Accu-Link belt is made of exactly the same material as other “top quality” link belts, with the exception of the color. A sample link of red link belt is included for your comparison. If you are not completely satisfied with the Accu-Link, please contact us.