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Most of us are not designing machinery to precisely traverse interdimensional portals into alternate realities. Probably. So an engineering degree is not necessary to pick out most replacement pulleys.
Many of our customers are building custom jobs in their workshop or fixing their busted equipment. Electric motors Fan systems, compressors, old lawnmowers, or innovations in perpetual motion? Sometimes a standard pulley is just not going to work. Phoenix is your one-stop for idlers and drives, sure, but we also don’t want inventory rows that go on and on forever.
This brings us to the happy solution: Multiple Bore Options.
What does it mean for you? How does it work? Why do we have so many options? Let’s bore deep into this topic!
Let’s say you’re working on a new project and don’t have one specific pulley in mind. Maybe you have an inch or two of give on the Outside Diameter of your drive sheave, but it has to fit on a 1” shaft. Unfortunately, searching for “5-6 drive 1 ID” isn’t going to get you any useful results. The internet might think you’re looking to go somewhere on May 6 under an assumed name.
So, you’re looking for a pulley, and finally you’ve come to the right place – Phoenix: Pulleys Bearings & Belts are the experts you’ve been dreaming of for years, we’ve got more pulleys for sale than you can throw a belt at!
You may have been searching for hours by this point, and are plain fed up with the internet in general - so we’ve compiled here a few tips for navigating our site to take away some of the tension you’re feeling.
The good news? You’ve already completed Step 1 by coming to the best place online for replacement pulleys in lawn mowers, snow blowers, and small engines.