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Re: Weirdest Thing: Air Compression / Fan Belts
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> Ssgacc@aol.com writes:
> I have seen this maybe a half dozen times in my life but am still not sure
> what does it. Anyone else have any theories? I have thought it might be due
> to the belt being loose, misalignment between the pulleys, loose accessory
> mount or bushings, or some type of object being thrown up (i.e. a stone) and
> running through that pulley turning the belt over. Never seems to cause any
> damage beyond the belt. Just check it and then roll it back over.
> I'd be interested to hear other theories on this one.
Sorry - same theory as you. I've seen it a couple of times, and I've
always blamed a stone.
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