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Old 09-06-2002, 11:12 AM
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Before "Goo Gone" (which I also use religiously), kerosene was the solution for removing gum as well.

Consider that gum really doesn't have the adhesion properties that could really "gum" up the works :p...more than likely, it will just attract a ton of dirt, but with the forces everted against the pulleys by the belt, combined with engine heat, what you will be left with is a dark residue on a portion of one or more of the pulleys, nothing more.
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