When is a belt considered a wide belt?
Generally, wide belts have a width of 12" - 60". There are wider belts out there,
however, if the belt is wider than the parent roll of abrasive material, known as the jumbo roll, it is referred as a segmented belt,
because excess material is needed to get to that width.
Important: Some belts, for example 6" x 186", are very long but are not wide enough to be considered a wide belt.
When purchasing belts, always make sure to buy the correct size for your machine.