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Old 01-02-2005, 01:44 AM
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After years of fooling around with one stupid rounder belt a=ADfter
another, a friend of mine clued me in to a manufacturer that=AD actually

offers a "choice" of several belts for rounding / forming ba=ADgels on
my
Empire former. It seems that the stitched belt I was using =ADwas too
soft to keep the stitching intact. So my splice kept failin=ADg. Then
I
tried a truly endless belt, but it buckled up in the middle.=AD These
guys had a harder belt that really held up well. I recently=AD saw
their=20
ad. http://www.newenglandbelting.com/bagelformingbelts.asp


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On Mon, 31 Jan 2005, Gregg wrote:

After years of fooling around with one stupid rounder belt a=ADfter
another, a friend of mine clued me in to a manufacturer that=AD actually

offers a "choice" of several belts for rounding / forming ba=ADgels on
my
Empire former. It seems that the stitched belt I was using =ADwas too
soft to keep the stitching intact. So my splice kept failin=ADg. Then
I
tried a truly endless belt, but it buckled up in the middle.=AD These
guys had a harder belt that really held up well. I recently=AD saw
their
ad. http://www.newenglandbelting.com/bagelformingbelts.asp


Just a quick glance at this message and I smelled spam. Thanks Scott for
doing the leg work and proving it was.

You have to wonder if you can trust a company that attempts to deceive you
the way this company just did.

--=20
Send e-mail to: darrell dot grainger at utoronto dot ca



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