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Author Topic:   Rewebbing
posted December 10, 2000 10:26 PM
I have Pyrotec and RJS belts that need rewebbing, I am looking for an address or phone ##.... Thanks, Ronnie

posted December 10, 2000 10:38 PM
That was quick thanks. Ronnie

posted December 10, 2000 11:27 PM

as the above person stated it costs around $49 to reweb, new belts cost around $59 and if you figure in shipping back and forth you might as well get a new set.

Racer 111
posted December 11, 2000 07:20 PM
Dont waste your time on old ones.Spend maybe a couple extra bucks and get a new set.Buyem at a trade show,no shipping

posted December 11, 2000 09:47 PM
Thanks for the reply's, looks like I'll have new ones. I have three used sets if someone is interested...

posted December 12, 2000 12:50 AM
If you watch what you buy often times you can buy brand new ones thru the racer auctions even cheaper. Most of these belts are out of date, which means that sanctioning bodies that require dated belts (like NHRA drag racing) won't allow them, so dated belts when purchased new are a good deal.

The car wash and constant contact with the elements (especially with cars that sit outside) make belt webbing deteriorate at a high rate.

Everyone should replace their belts once a year, and used belts are a bad buy. Yes they are half the price of new, but if your life is not worth the extra 20 or 30 bucks you should rethink your priorities.

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