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Replaced my pulleys years ago.......I remember when turning the tensioner pulley to loosen belt there is a small hole that you can slip a small screwdriver in to keep the tensioner pulley locked with no tension. Where is that damn hole please.
 

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Oh, but there IS one and exactly for that. :whistle:
 

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Oh, but there IS one and exactly for that. :whistle:
Are you for sure that small hole can handle all this force and pressure when replacing the Belt ?

I believe the easiest and only way
For turning the tensioner pulley to loosen or replacing the belt will be by the 14mm socket..

I just didn’t that way,,




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Oh, I meant this is the hole for securing the tensioner pulley in the "loose belt" position with an allen wrench or something similar.
 

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Are you for sure that small hole can handle all t
Are you for sure that small hole can handle all this force and pressure when replacing the Belt ?
There really isn't that much tension on the belt. I used a small allen wrench in that hole to hold it in the loose position.
 
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