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Drive belts im from Sydney,Australia please can you tell me where i can get a belt from i have tryed everywhere thankyou

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You can find parts on Ebay stores buy it now and usually you end up saving alot of money. I bought like 36 generic bags for the price of 9 genuine Kirby bags. They also have genuine Kirby supplies too check it out!

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They ship international.

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