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    • This is more for informational purposes for others looking up this information. I was also looking for the belt length info and found a page off an ebay doc that says, "V-belt with 58.310 inch outside circumference No. 560"   https://www.ebay.com/itm/174840074737?_trkparms=amclksrc%3DITM%26aid%3D1110006%26algo%3DHOMESPLICE.SIM%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20201210111314%26meid%3D1164abd1f6124dd78feb109cbcbcce5c%26pid%3D101195%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D12%26sd%3D311886544079%26itm%3D174840074737%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D0%26pg%3D4429486%26algv%3DSimplAMLv11WebTrimmedV3MskuWithLambda85KnnRecallV1V2V4ItemNrtInQueryAndCassiniVisualRankerAndBertRecallWithVMEV3CPCAuto&_trksid=p4429486.c101195.m1851&amdata=cksum%3A1748400747371164abd1f6124dd78feb109cbcbcce5c|enc%3AAQAIAAABUObhgc4Nk8%2BdtAwOww4FKLaj%2FQ5qqgDlQCuqZA43WcPFUWDERCUugbbOk7XQv0JXlBfqCg2xKF3WcPghxGMFw2oSlXvfExEaMYr7I7LmrHcP6czY1wIMt0ORyKiCWt95xldincyyBx3g%2BNDW%2B%2FhWUgTaBhK6xAm%2BJIbCOMehu%2Bdw7myVUeNX7HAjBBg901pVQcKXZQkz6HAs2qEQ8YbaVs6PIO2%2BUWFP4skL9OGB3wNSCIzOEDDsCSR1ve6OIdoxMUJIxuWhXZEpUV0ahfFoSFFG4JNyqIxS%2B9HAo%2FNI9O6EC70AqBdXYbpuAkZvjfplVpNLur9lwQ06foSW5T%2BoLwNFab4jttY%2FWB5SXxd9NaeAzQWdJSu1YvTDMYI7Y%2Fk9%2BiXn3UjYHzY%2BJZJZVvq%2F8XXwF7kwQ90ccWrDTEP8aUutwGDx6a7hMsRm8bRuidDk2Q%3D%3D|ampid%3APL_CLK|clp%3A4429486
    • We went to College Station TX today to Texas A&M University as it was ring day. Our granddaughter received her ring. A big day for the Aggies! She interviews with Lockheed Martin next week. Very proud grandparents, we are! 
    • I milled up 104-24" stickers from white oak branches, from last years slab milling project. I have a 24" white oak, and a 22" red oak I will be taking down and milling up into dimensional lumber in December. I'm not even sure 104 will be enough...
    • @drzaius, that sounds delicious! Unfortunately, a late freeze prevented my pear trees from producing this year, or I'd give it a try.
    • It's just pureed pears, sugar, nutmeg, lemon and a decent hit of ginger. Then boiled down to a thick consistency. Delicious. I also made crabapple and peach butter this year. I like the butters (why are they called butter?) because they are not quite as sweet as a jam or jelly. I like things a little tart.
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