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    Predator® Single Belts

    Made to take on your toughest jobs, Predator® Single Belts are the markets' leading heavy duty V-belts. The stronger than steel extra heavy-duty belt construction is designed to handle high horsepower motors, frequent shock loads, high heat, and the harshest operating environments in extremely demanding applications. They provide extraordinary high impact strength, capacity, and wear resistance. Unique in their extreme robustness and high load carrying capability they are unrivalled.

    • Aramid Tensile Cords limit stretch while providing extraordinary strength and durability.
    • Minimal re-tensioning reduces maintenance needs.
    • Meets RMA oil and heat resistance standards.

    All Parts

    Part # Product # Description Top Width(in) Top Width(mm) Effective Length (in) Effective Length (mm) Notched Angle Outside Circumference (in) Outside Circumference (mm) Section Number of Ribs


    Predator® Single Belts aramid tensile cord construction is pound for pound stronger than steel, so they can handle up to 2.2 times more horsepower than standard v-belts. This enables more compact drive design, which reduces overall weight and wear on other drive components.

    Features and Benefits

    • The puncture and abrasion-resistant bareback cover reduces friction and heat buildup during shock load conditions.
    • Patented Curved Sidewall extends drive life by reducing sidewall wear on the belt and sheave.
    • Note: The Predator® single belts do not meet static conductivity requirements.


    Predator® belts are engineered as OE quality replacement belts for heavy duty applications exposed to pulsating loads or heavy shock loads, such as mining, agriculture, wood processing, oil field equipment, construction, and sand/gravel operations.

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