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anyone have the belt diagram? time for a new belt and my car dont have the diagram.

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Put the new one on the same way as the old one is currently on.



Did you already cut the old one off?

Just sktech it if you didn't...
The only place I have seen one is on Kirban's website. Just view the picture of the item #6502.
i'm worried that i'm going to have a hard time putting it back on the belt is practicly falling off.
Is the tensioner shot? Putting a belt on should be cake.
the tensioner is all the way adjusted already
well, the old belt should be stretched so the tensioner should be tighter with the new belt...draw a damn picture of how the belt is now...

Put a wrench on the tensioner pulley nut....18 mm? and move the tensioner back...slip the old belt off....route the new belt around the pulleys and once again pull the tensioner pulley back so the new belt will slip under it...come on, Boid! Get with the program!


[This message has been edited by Steve Wood (edited November 26, 2001).]



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well duh i just wanted to make things easy on me
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Originally posted by Steve Wood:
well, the old belt should be stretched so the tensioner should be tighter with the new belt...draw a damn picture of how the belt is now...

Put a wrench on the tensioner pulley nut....18 mm? and move the tensioner back...slip the old belt off....route the new belt around the pulleys and once again pull the tensioner pulley back so the new belt will slip under it...come on, Boid! Get with the program!


[This message has been edited by Steve Wood (edited November 26, 2001).]
Surly, surly surly!!!





Originally posted by Steve Wood:
Put a wrench on the tensioner pulley nut....18 mm?
I think it's 3/4" (19mm).


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awsome thanks ed.
Boy, that looks just like the way it is on your car now!

You want it easy? Ed will come over and put it on for $50 and two beers! He says he has two minutes available on Saturday.



I charge more than that.. Road service is $100.00 a hour and tech advice is $150.00 a hour. Plus 2 bottles of Heineken and don't foget the chips.


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ED BAKER
87-T-TYPE, PT54,MSD50's,Crane Billet Roller,JE forged20over,P&P Heads,Manley valves,Hemco 65mm& Acu65TB,V2 FM, P.I.9.5 -7disc,Jimmys Trans, new times soon.
93 PARK AVE"SUPERCHARGED"
67RS/SS350 CAMARO
mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
http://www.modernmusclecar.net
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'Boid, check on the type of dip he likes too; you deserve the best in service!




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damn ed. how much it gonna cost for you to help me after the hoidays??? i'll just stick to steves advice
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Originally posted by Steve Wood:
'Boid, check on the type of dip he likes too; you deserve the best in lip service!
Yeah,and it looks like he ain't gettin' it from you.You big meen ass bunyuck!

I'll bet that took *Hours* to post,eh Ed?



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thanks dimater kid.
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Originally posted by Steve Wood:
'Boid, check on the type of dip he likes too; you deserve the best in service!
Birdie:


If he likes big dips from Texas you will know who to send an airline ticket to.




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