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Hey thanks for the help. So is that a metric bolt? How much tension do I put back on the tensioner?

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    Cool thanks for the fast response and help. You saved me some $ in a really strange economy. god bless!

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I Think that it is Metric. Just turn it until you can get the Belt on it and Release. It will go back and Pull the Belt on its Own.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 29, 2009

    No Problem Bro! Happy To Help!

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