3 TIPS WHEN USING A TIMING BELT
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- Time of issue:2022-06-27 08:35:47
1.What does a loose timing belt sound like?
Generally, a timing belt that goes bad makes a noticeable ticking or clicking timing belt sound that is unusual. When the timing belt starts falling the ticking or clicking sound becomes pretty audible.
2.What do the numbers on a timing belt mean?
On metric sizes the number is how wide the timing belt is in millimeters. On standard sizes the number breaks down in inches with a leading zero for sizes under an inch such as: 012=0.125", 025=0.25", 037=0.375", 050=0.500", 075=0.75", 100=1.00", 150=1.50", 200=2.00", and 300=3.00"
3.How tight should a belt be?
A lifting belt's tightness may vary slightly by exercise, however, in general, you should have about a finger width of room between the belt and your torso so it's tight enough where you feel it around your waist, but are still able to breathe comfortably.
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