Handling

Belt Drive

Handling

Handling

When handling the timing belt, take note of the following warnings to avoid damaging the timing belt or its functionality.

Keep the timing belt in its natural shape when transporting it separately avoid any tension or other impacts on the timing belt The minimum curvature of the timing belt (100 mm) must be met, regardless of whether the timing belt is installed or not.

Refrain from kinking, bending, twisting, knotting or inverting the timing belt and from using it as a belt whip.

 
  • Do not lift the timing belt by the sprocket when installing.
  • Do not tamper with the timing belt using (sharp-edged) tools.
  • Do not oil or lubricate the timing belt.
  • Do not try to open or repair the timing belt.
  • Never stand on the timing belt, regardless of whether it is installed.

  • Never use the timing belt to hold the bicycle or e-bike.
  • If the timing belt slips off the sprocket, the timing belt must be replaced no matter what.
  • Contact a bicycle retailer if you are unsure about how to apply or handle the CBD or if you are unsure about its condition.