# of Flanges: Describes the number of flanges on a pulley. Most will have two flanges, to keep the belt from slipping, but some operations work best without any flanges. The rare product with only 1 flange is recommended for Genuine OEM replacement only.
# of Set Screw holes: Describes the number of set screw holes on a drive pulley. Set screws are used to hold a pulley in place on a shaft, but they are not necessary if the operation includes a keyway.
# of Teeth: Describes the number of teeth on the sprocket or timing pulley.
Inside Diameter: The distance across the center hole, or bore, of the product. This dimension should match the diameter of your shaft or bolt.
Material: Describes what the product is made from. Plastic, aluminum, and diecast are softer, lighter, and do not rust. Steel and cast iron are meant for heavy-duty applications, but can rust in certain circumstances.
Pitch Diameter: The diameter of the pitch used in the timing pulley. This is determined by the profile type.
Profile: The name of the combined pitch and tooth configuration in timing pulleys. For example, "3M HTD" has a curvilinear tooth shape, and a pitch of 3 millimeters. "Pitch" is the distance between the centers of two teeth
Stock Length: The usable length for timing pulley stock. usable length will only include areas of the pulley stock that contain fully cut teeth.
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