Please have a read through the terms and conditions that apply to Belt and Bevel’s online shop as well as storefront. By using the website for browsing and/ or purchase you are agreeing to the below.

  • Postage at the moment is once a week due to Coronavirus. Australia post takes preference and we may also use parcel service or courier for larger or bulky items. We will contact you first to arrange and discuss shipping options if required, if the postage cost is excessive from the automatically calculated postage total. Free cancelation of order and full refund is possible here.
  • Colours, some features and suppliers change from time to time. These won’t necessarily be updated in all photos or descriptions. If you need specifically what you see in the image, please check first.
  • We use cookies on the website to track details to make your experience with us smoother and more efficient. If you are against this but still require parts, feel free to email or call directly and we’ll work with you. More details further down the page.
  • No credit card or banking details are kept by Belt and Bevel. All card details are processed via PayPal so please refer to their privacy statement for more details on card storage. We will keep postage and contact information in a secure and diligent manner only for the purposes that it was given. This includes sending and tracking the order as well as keeping a history on orders. We do not distribute any personal information outside of Belt and Bevel.
  • An administration charge will be added if orders are completed outside of the webstore for items shown in the webstore. The Business is based as a webshop, so there is extra time spent to run orders for customers not completing their own checkout process.
  • On request of refund, if the fault was at our end for example the part doesn’t refer to the correct item that was listed we will take this free of charge. If a return is made for change of mind then a 20% restocking fee is charged. There are no returns on electrical or electronic items as well as special orders. The part being returned must be in exactly the same state and function that it was dispatched in.
  • All images, written content and items listed on the website are the intellectual property of Belt and Bevel Pty Ltd protected under copyright. We can allow the use of the content, restricted to only the items outlined for use by third parties. Please contact us to discuss the use of any content.
  • Special order items may require payment upfront at the discretion of Belt and Bevel, we will contact you to discuss this if this is the case. Special orders include non stock items or high value.
  •  If an order included backorder items, the customer is to check their invoice for what is waiting, We can include the estimated time for it to become in stock again and then given the option of holding for the whole order to be filled, or at cost a second backorder parcel to be sent when the backorder is filled. Some items backorder time is out of our control. We reorder as soon as possible but there are delays from manufactures, shipping and customs.
  • Your cart page clearly shows what items will be on back order, before you place your order. You need to be clear, and check your cart properly! Once you place your order, this is final. Extra items added will become a new order. Removal of items from orders after placing them, will incur a restocking fee as it takes considerable admin time.
  • Payment options are via PayPal connected to Belt and Bevel Pty Ltd via the website or a PayPal invoice. Or via direct bank transfer.
  • When making a bank transfer, please include the invoice number as reference. Belt and Bevel will hold the order till payment has cleared. All totals include Australian GST.
  • For dispute resolution please contact in the first instance as we want to work through any issues and keep happy customers.
  • What do the buttons mean?

In stock (Can be Backordered) means that the part is in stock with us and is ready for dispatch. It also represents that we can also still get more if required. We keep tight stock control so the website should display the correct status of a part.

In stock means that the part is in stock for immediate dispatch, but after this stock is gone there are no more available unless a new supply is found.

Available on backorder means that is it a part we stock and has already been or will be back filled shortly. Feel free to still add items to your cart showing this symbol, and we will clearly communicate with you on the lead time on the back order.

Out of stock. This makes us sad but is inevitable. Some parts we did once stock are now no longer available. Unless we find a new supplier of the item then it will be listed NLA and unable to be ordered. We leave NLA parts up as reference for part numbers, dimensions, style and cost.

Use of cookies

This website use cookies in order to make our services more efficient and simpler. When you use our website, a small amount of information in your device, such as small piece of text called “cookies”, is saved in your web browser directory. There are different types of cookies, but they are all used to make the website faster and easier and to give you extra functionalities.

Cookies make the interaction between users and websites faster and easier. In particular:

  • They allow you to proceed through different pages of our website.
  • Remember your username and choices.
  • They save time by automatically fill in the same information (such as username and password) during the same visit on our website.
  • Analyse the use of the website, to improve your experience and the website usability.
  • Personalize the website for you, including targeting advertisements which may be of particular interest to you.

There are different types of cookies. Here’s a list of the cookies that could be used in our website with a description of their use and their purpose.

Technical cookies

These cookies are necessary to make our website function correctly. Technical cookies may be either “persistent” cookies or “session” cookies. Without this type of cookies our website or parts of it may not work properly. They are use regardless of the user’s preferences. Technical cookies are always used, regardless the users’ preferences. These cookies are always sent from our domain.

Analytic cookies

Analytic cookies enable the monitoring and analysis of user’s behavior on our website. We use the collected information for statistical analysis, to improve and simplify our website, and for performance monitoring. This type of cookies collects information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors of the website, how visitors got to our website, the pages they visit and the duration of their stay on the website. Analytic cookies are sent from our domain or by third party domain.

Third party tracking cookies

These cookies are used to collect information about the users’ surfing behavior within the website, keywords used to find our website, websites you visited and where you come from for marketing campaigns. We can use this information to file reports and improve our website. Cookies collect information in an anonymous form. This type of cookies could be sent from our website or by third party domain.

Advertising third party cookies

This type of cookies is used to feature content from a third party domain on our website (for example comments forms or social networks icons, which allow the users to share the content of the site). This type of cookies can be sent from our partners’ websites or from others domains that offer the same functionality of our website.

For technical cookies the users’ prior consent is not required, because they are necessary for the proper working of the website.

The use of other types of cookies requires the users’ consent, according to the official regulations, through browser settings and computer software or devices that users can use easily and clearly. We remind users that they can change their cookies preferences in every single moment. You’re always free to block, delete or disable cookies from your browser, however, if you decline cookies or other similar technologies, you may not be able to take advantage of certain website features.

Third-party websites

This website contains links to third party websites that have their own terms of privacy policy. These privacy policies can be different from our privacy policy, and we are not responsible for policy of such third party.

Under the article 122 second paragraph of the legislative decree 196/2003 the user’s consent is implied by each one individual settings of the browser used for surfing on our website, the user is free to communicate in each moment to the holder of the site his will about all the information collected from cookies accepted by the browser.

How to disable cookies by setting your browser


  1. Open your Chrome browser
  2. Go to the menu  in the toolbar in your browser near the window for entering the url for surfing.
  3. Click on Settings.
  4. Click on Show Advanced Settings
  5. In the section entitled “Privacy” click the button Content settings
  6. In the section entitled “Cookie” you can change the following settings:
  • Allow local data to bet set
  • Keep local data until I quit my browser
  • Block sites from setting any data
  • Block third party cookies and site data
  • Merge exceptions
  • Delete all cookies and site data

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox web browser
  2. Click on the menu  in the toolbar in your browser near the window for entering the url for surfing.
  3. Click Options
  4. Select the Privacy panel
  5. Click on Show Advanced Settings
  6. Under “Privacy” click on “Content Settings
  7. In the “Tracking” section you can change the following settings:
  • Tell sites that I don’t want to be tracked
  • Tell sites I want to be tracked
  • Do not tell sites anything about my tracking preferences
  1. In the section “History” you can:
  • Click on “Use Custom Settings” click on Accept third party cookies (always, never, from site) and keep until a chosen period (until they expire, when I quit Firefox, always ask me)
  • Clear history when Firefox closes

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer Browser
  2. Click on “Tools” and select “Internet Options”
  3. Select the Privacy tab and by sliding the bar you can chose how to change your settings:
  • Block all cookies from all websites
  • Enable all cookies from all website
  • Chose the site you want cookie from: slide the bar in an intermediate position, between allow all cookies and block all cookies, click on Sites, and in the check box Website Address write a website address and click on Block or Allow.

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Safari 6

  1. Open Safari Browser
  2. Click on Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy
  3. Under Block Cookie select how Safari has to accept or not cookies
  4. To see which sites has used cookies click on Details

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Safari iOS (mobile devices)

  1. Open Safari Browser iOS
  2. Click on Settings and then click on Safari
  3. Click on Block Cookies and choose between: “Never”, “From Visited” or “Always”
  4. To clear existing cookies on Safari, click on Settings, then on Safari and finally click on Clear Cookies and Datas

For further information visit the dedicated page.


  1. Open Opera Browser
  2. Click on Preferences and then click on Advanced and then click on Cookies
  3. Select one of the options:
  • Accept all cookies from all the sites
  • Accept only from the sites I visit: allows only cookies that are set by the Web site you are visiting, not by any other sites whose content is displayed in frames or via images on the current page
  • Never accept cookies: does not accept any cookies from any site.

Updated to the current terms 17/09/2020