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I need drive belts for a sears craftsman home sharpener,(model#319.190710. The belt from the motor to the transition gear on mine has disintegrated. Might as well change both. Sears parts says they no longer have these in stock. any hope or do i lave a rather large paperweight.

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I just bought two new belts at Grainger, their stock number is Dayton 1DHH5. This is for 3/8" belts. I don't know what the originals were, they were so far gone! I think a 1/2" belt would work too. Industry P/N for the belts would be 100XL037 for the 3/8", and 100XL050 for 1/2". It's a 10" belt, with 5 teeth/inch.

Posted on Nov 23, 2011

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I have a source for a replacement belt for this paperweight...um, I mean sharpener...check out this link:

http://www.surfrainbow.com/Load_Product.aspx?CatId=295&ProductCode=6719

Posted on Jul 05, 2011

Bob James
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All those places were sold out when I called. This place had them in stock. Boy, I was glad to find them!

100XL037 Timing Belts 3 8 9 5mm Wide 1 5 200 XL Pitch

Posted on Sep 25, 2014

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THANK YOU FOR ALLYOUR INFO PEOPLE , I ALSO BOUGHT THE BELTS AT GRINGER . THANKS

Posted on Aug 08, 2012

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