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Old 03-07-2016, 07:34 PM
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Is it me or has my tensioner lever been modified? It swings over center too far instead of locking slightly over center. It appears a bunch of material has been ground away for some reason. Edit: After looking at 5 or 6 used ones on ebay, it appears mine must be modified. May as well get one of those on the way.
is the looks very important to you? If not, you could either weld the slot back up if you have the means to do this, or mix up some epoxy and fill in the groove some. Would get the lever to stop where it was designed to originally. Or just adjust the tensioner rod to correct length. Someone probably ground the groove deeper to make up for the belt getting old and slipping and getting just a little more adjustment.

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