By simply placing the notched area lengthwise over the ribbed section of the belt, this pocket size device quickly and easily identifies the potential of serpentine belt failure.
If there are more than four cracks per inch in the belt, trade practice recommends the belt be replaced.
Learn how to use the Dayco Awearness gauge during a proper belt inspection. This quick tutorial on the Video tab shows how to measure the belt’s rib depth and rib profile as well as check for cracks.
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