06:39PM | 11/13/05
Member Since: 11/12/05
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Hi, Can anybody help me to obtain a THS-XM 2116

drive belt for my Toolkraft 10" Table Saw.

I have searched Oz inside out,so far without success. Maybe another belt will do the same job! Any sugestions gratefully accepted.

Thanks alot

John Benyon Queensland Australia


06:54PM | 11/13/05
Member Since: 01/21/05
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Have you tried the website




03:44AM | 08/24/09
Member Since: 08/23/09
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Take the diameter of both pulleys that the belt rides on. Multiply those #s by 3.1416 = circumfrence of each pulley, Since the belt only rides half way arround then heads for the other pulley, take half of the curcumfrence on each pulley. Measure the distance from the center of one pulley to the center of the other pulley.Not sure of your mechanical ability, I will explain this as simply as I can. The belt will go half way arround one pulley ( 1/2 cir.) staight to next pulley ( distance from center of one to the center of the other pulley) again half way arround the second pulley( 1/2 cir.)and back to the start on the first pulley( distance between pulleys). This is the length of the belt req.. How wide should the belt be ??? Measure the width on the inside of pulley near the top where the belt rides. Here we use English so we say 1/2" x 36" belt (Examle)

Good luck



11:51AM | 06/23/13
Hi John:

Found this belt today while going through stuff to prepare for a yard sale. If you pay the shipping, it is yours. Email me at and give me pertinent info.

Bev Harris


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