February 16, 2011
That model number doesn't bring up any hits on google or the Enco site. Is it one of the Seig clones?
I don't know of any small lathe that has to have parts removed to change belts. Maybe take/post a picture of the problem area?
Edit: Okay, I found it under 110-2034. Are you talking about the motor to drive belt or the headstock speed change belt?
Looks to me like the headstock belt should be removable if one of the shafts is removed. Pic (blurry) seems to show a collar on the shafts with set screws. Try backing them out and pulling the shaft.
February 18, 2016
So one of the belts in the lathe I'm working on (ENCO 011-2034) isn't the correct size, so I am trying to take out the belt. However, I cannot take out the belt right now since part of the lathe is press fit onto the machine, and I can't figure out how to get the press fit piece out in order to take off the belt. Any suggestions on the best way to take off the press fit piece?
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