Topic: Re: Alligator clip belt repair
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The "alligator belt lacing" is usually done with a "Belt lacing device" that looks like a short vise, connected at the bottom pivot (just like an alligators hinged mouth). some fit in a bench vise, other are poundable type. These devices hold the "alligator clips" in line, by the use of a steel removable pin thru them. Most also hold the clips at the right depth to the belt. Both ends of the belt are done with this device and then a nylon pin (doubled over at ends, so it doesn"t slide out)holds the intermeshing alligator clips together.
You can probably buy one of these "Belt lacing devices" by searching on line, but I would recommend that you contact your nearest Gas and steam club (or members" to borrow one,
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