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heh...I was going over the buggy last night and noticed my fan belt had jumped a rib and wore a hole in the plastic timing belt cover....Anyone have an idea how much of a pain this is gunna be to replace ????

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heh...I was going over the buggy last night and noticed my fan belt had jumped a rib and wore a hole in the plastic timing belt cover....Anyone have an idea how much of a pain this is gunna be to replace ????

You may be able to use epoxie glue to fix it. If you get the right stuff, it will hold. E-mail 3m corporation and tell them what your doing and they can tell you exactely what to use. About 3 years ago I bought a brand new $300 pond pump for $28 on ebay because nobody wanted it because of a a cracked plastic housing. I used epoxie and It's been working ever since. Of coase if it's cheap and easy to replace, do that.

Lenny

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Racer's Tape. Go to a speed shop or order online. If you clean the surface, it will stick forever.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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The duct tape is on...lol

You wouldn't notice it...........

rocmoc, thanks for the idea...

Kurt G

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