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Old 09-01-2005, 03:43 AM   #41
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Look close when he is on top... after the belt leaves the SC on the way to AC it'* twitching back and forth..
Noticed... I would like the full quality vid tho... Better view..
what'* a full quality video? I can make another I'll try and send it to your email.
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When you make another, stay above the belt like this vid starts out. And look at each pulley on that belt with the camera. When I saw the vid I was pretty sure I saw a twitching happening off to the right. I'd want more tape of that area and off to the left as well.
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ok, 2nd video was a bust. It was over 10mb. anyone else know where I could post it online for free? I'm going to email it to you john.


I did notice the idler moving a bit
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ok, 2nd video was a bust. It was over 10mb. anyone else know where I could post it online for free? I'm going to email it to you john.


I did notice the idler moving a bit
If you look at the thread I posted above, mine was doing that, too, but didn't seem to be causing the belt shred since the stock pulley wouldn't shred it, and the idler would still "click" like that.

If you loosen the belt, and put a screwdriver between the pulley and the nosecone housing and twist the screwdriver carefully (to pull the pulley away from the housing) does the shaft move out at all?
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Feel the underside of the crank pulley. The belts should be ~1/8 inch or so apart.
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