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Old 04-29-2010, 04:53 PM   #1
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hey guys what do i have to do to put my new supercharger belt on i connot figure it out i need a diagram and do i have to unbolt the motor mount on the top right any help would be awesome guys thanks in advance
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first you need to take the bolt out that lets you take the sleeve out of the mount.
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then what
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there'* a write up here do a search.. belt has to come off through a small slot and the pass. side tire needs to be removed, along with a bolt and spacer, good luck its seems hard first time but i do recommended buying a gator belt which will last longer

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take a wrench or ratchet to take the tension off the belt. With the sleeve removed the belt comes out.
https://www.gmforum.com/mechanical-134/pulley-change-index-285990/
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Remember guys, almost everything has a write up here. https://www.gmforum.com/mechanical-134/changing-supercharger-belt-278822/
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well fellers i went and got me a goodyear gatorback belt part number 4060725 gonna start the ''install'' in the morning thanks for the help and dan thank you for the link to the write up
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