Source of rubber belts?

Is there a source of rubber belts in various lengths from 2" upwards in increments of 1/2", rather than going to a
specialist electrical components supplier to buy such belts in highly-priced packages?
I have two cassette tape machines which have both given up the ghost at about the same time (rubber belts having taken on the physical characteristics of liquorice), and it seems that I'd get a better deal if I were to buy the belts from whoever the belts from whoever specialist electrical components supplier buys then from.
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If you can't find something suitable, you could try making a belt to length using the stuff Hemingway supply - or used to - for the pillartool. Bond-a-Band, I think it is called. Cut to length and join with a hot knife blade; will transmit many times more power than your tape machine could conceivably need.
David
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I don't know if they still exist, but we used to deal with a company called Tape Recorder Spares, who did all manner of things like drive belts etc etc.
They diversified out into mainstream components, but might be worth doing a serach for them.
Peter
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http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/search/browse.jsp?NA1+1002469+500001
Seem fairly good value, have used them in the past. Gordy
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