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Getting the slack on the tension pulley

The best method to get the slack on the tension pulley

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Remove the tensioner and collapse it in a vise, then install a pin in the hole when they align. Install the tensioner, make sure the belt is good and pull the pin. You can also loosen the tensioner bolts to the end, put the belt on , and tighten the bolts back down. The first method is the best

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