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Where can I purchase a tension belt for a bodyguard 990 bicycle ergometer?

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SOURCE: Bicycle type: bodyguard ergocycle 955

I have the same issue. I love this bike and want to fix it. Did you get any help on where to find a new tension belt and buckel

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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