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1924 and 1928 Belt
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Karl
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... does someone know the right size(lenght and profil) for the Belts of a 1924 Single eight and the 1928 six cylinder.
Maybe a name where I can order this both pieces in original size and look? Thanks in advance. Karl

Posted on: 2020/9/18 13:46
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Good Evening...You can contact Kanter 800-526-1096 or Max Merritt 800-472-2573 as well as other companies that specialize in parts for Packard Automobiles...both of these companies will have the information you seek...Ernie in Arizona

Posted on: 2020/9/18 19:32
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Good advice Ernie, but doubt the toll-frees will work from Germany. Chris.

Kanter: 973-334-9575
Max Merritt: 317-736-6233

Posted on: 2020/9/18 20:21
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.. thank you guys, but.. Max Merritt dont has any Belts .. and Kanter doesnt answer on two other inquirys I send to them last times. Any other advices ???

Posted on: 2020/9/19 4:22
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Paging James from Kanter!....

Posted on: 2020/9/19 10:42
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This is a picture of the belt on my 28 526. If you need more information then the numbers on the belt let my know.

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Posted on: 2020/9/20 19:39

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Re: 1924 and 1928 Belt
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NAPA B34-50 for 2nd Series Eight and others that take the same belt.

Posted on: 2020/9/20 20:47
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Thanks for Information's friends. And .. Dave, can you confirm that the second series has the same size belt like the 1 series? And can someone give me the measurements for this belts. I cant find in the Internet any lists where a NAPA B34-50 is show in details with all measurements and length . If I can have these measurements ... I can find a belt over here in Germany which is very close to the original. I was looking for this on American internet pages but I cant find any information's about that. And if you go with "NAPA B34-50" in the internet .. there is only information's about Napa B34. And I have no idea if this has the measurements I need. Karl

Posted on: 2020/9/21 3:20
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... bay the way, I found out, that my 1924/136 has original a
leather link belt. Has someone experiences with this belts
and can tell me if they works ... or works not ... or better to use an repalacement rubber one ...etc.. I would like to use the original ones and I have found a english company which can deliver this. Karl

Posted on: 2020/9/21 4:16
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The parts list is available here on this site for you to browse yourself. If I read it correctly the 136 came with a link type belt, the 236 with rubber.

Posted on: 2020/9/21 8:45
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