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setting belt tension need help please!!!

Discussion in 'Transmission / Drive' started by mybgdg, Apr 19, 2014.

  1. francoblay1

    francoblay1 The Spaniard

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    Wrong Thread..... sorry.
     
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    WTH, try to focus here son:oldrant::oldhardlaugh::oldhardlaugh:
     
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    So my squeak is come back and my belt is not aligned right on my pulley the problem is the hex nut on the left side is longer than the hex nut on the right side in fact the one on the right side does not even touchThe bolts
     
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    I have had it sense November 2015... Im going to try and align this week
     
    #25 Jgroth41, May 15, 2016
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  6. BWG56

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    :oldhardlaugh::oldhardlaugh:no mercy [​IMG]
     
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    I fixed my typo..lol..Blame it on old age:chopper:
     
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    2005 Ridgeback here. Set screw came out a lottle and got stripped. Any advice fellas?
     
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    Hey folks,
    Need some help. I have a 2004 Pitbull and need to align rear wheel but can't find a wrench or socket that will fit in the recess where the rear axle nut is located. Does it take a special tool. All my sockets are too thick to fit into recess and over nut....Thanks
     
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    Are you using impact sockets?
     
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    Thanks for the advice guys...my son in law found a 15/16.,.6 sided socket that works....He's just got brownie points....I'll use birdshot instead of buckshot,.
     

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