Leslie Horn Belt (3300 and 2101)
This is the small cloth belt used for horn assembly on those Leslies that utilize the servo motor design.
Part number 453-40128
Leslie Upper Drive Belt (Vintage Leslie 122 and 147)
This belt is a direct replacement for the “green” Leslie belt used in most vintage Leslie speakers for the rotating horn assembly.
Part number 522-045468
Leslie Lower Drive Belt (Vintage Leslie 122 and 147)
This belt is a direct replacement for the “white” cloth belt used in most vintage Leslie speakers for the bass rotor (wood or foam drum) and the Rotosonic rotor which contains a 6” x 9” speaker.
Part number 522-011700
Leslie Drive Belt (Current Leslies)
This belt is a direct replacement for the “gray” belts used in all our current Leslie speakers. This belt is used for both the upper and lower rotors of the Leslie. A quick way to determine if your Leslie is of the current type is to examine the Leslie motors present in your Leslie. Current Leslies use one motor to control the slow and fast speeds while vintage Leslies requires two motors.
Part number 522-141182
Leslie “O” Rings
The Leslie “O” rings are used in most vintage Leslies. The rubber “O” ring or as they are sometimes called the “rubber tire” by technicians, can be found around the large pulley found on the four-pole motor. The four-pole motor is the larger of the two motors found in these Leslies. This “O” rings makes contact with the shaft of the smaller 2 pole motor and needs to be replaced when it no longer makes physical contact. Part number 543-014159