Craftsman 6 Inch Jointer

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I inherited my father's circa 1950's Craftsman 6 inch jointer.  Model 103.20660.  I need to purchase a new set of cutter blades and a pulley for the motor.  Manual says it takes a 1/2 inch Vee type belt but doesn't specify the size.  Does anyone know where I might purchase parts?  I tried Sears Parts direct but they don't have anything with this model number.  I can't measure the pulley as I'm in Maine and it is still in Indiana.  I wanted to purchase the parts before I drive back to pick it up next month.  Any advice on restoring will be helpful.  Thanks.  

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For a fan belt I have in the past been able to get something that fits from an auto parts store.  


And welcome to the forum.  With a new to you jointer, you're gonna wanna hang out here.  

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You need a "fractional horsepower belt".   An automotive belt will give you a vibration from the joint, where it's put together.  Auto parts stores do sell the fractional hp belts.  Google "how to measure for V-belt".

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Thank you all for your advice.  I have seen the link V-belts at Rockler.  They're a bit pricey.  I didn't realize Harbor Freight carries them so I'll look for them there.  Was thinking about replacing the belt on my bandsaw with a link belt to reduce the vibration.  Will wait until I actually have the jointer and can take off the old belt and measure before purchasing a new one.  Same with the cutter blades.  Looks like this place may carry the right size jointer knives/cutters,   I'm sure I'll be back again with more questions once I actually start on the restoration.  

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