2-1/2x14 Aluminum Oxide Sanding Belts

$9.28 - $11.56
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  • The 2-1/2" x 14" sanding belt has the toughness and enduring sharpness of aluminum oxide particles making our sanding belts a great abrasive for both wood and metal.
  • Abrasive particles are bonded to their cloth backing with resin over resin, which means a longer-wearing cloth belt.
  • Sanding Belts have a butt joint and can be run in either direction.
  • Fits Porter-Cable 371KR 2-1/2 inch by 14-inch belt sander.

Sanding Belts available in specific grits and/or grit assortments.

Assortment:

    • All assortments come with a total of nine belts.
    • The FINE assortment consists of (3) 120, (3) 150 & (3) 180 grit belts.
    • The COARSE assortment consists of (3) 60, (3) 80 & (3) 100 grit belts.
    • The 60 - 180 assortment consists of (1) 60, (2) 80, (2) 100, (2) 120, (1) 150 & (1) 180 grit belts.

Specific Grits:

    • 60 Grit
    • 80 Grit
    • 100 Grit
    • 120 Grit
    • 150 Grit
    • 180 Grit
    • 220 Grit
Abrasive Material:
AlOx
Backing Material:
Cloth
Length:
14
Waterproof:
No
Width:
2.5

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  • 5
    Excellent sanding belts. Best you can buy.

    Posted by Katle on 03 05 2019

    I will always reorder for top quality and best price.

  • 4
    Robust

    Posted by Robust on 03 05 2019

    These belts are long lasting and are easily eating through some fir and pine that have been oiled. Some other belts were gunking up a lot with the oil saturated wood. I'm not having problems with the belts breaking at the seams like I have had with other belts

  • 5
    Great Stuff!

    Posted by RDBuilt on 03 05 2019

    These belts are exactly what I wanted. Price and quality can't be beat.

  • 5
    Excellent choice

    Posted by Woody on 03 05 2019

    I will reorder again when needed.

  • 5
    Great belts

    Posted by Andy on 03 05 2019

    Terrific belts. Much betterr than the ones that came with the sander. Worked very hard sanding stock off door edges to fit new doors in an old house.