Re: [DML] Re: Alternator Belt
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Re: [DML] Re: Alternator Belt



My dad taught me this method, which he probably learned from his dad who was
an old rural service man.
First push down moderately and look for about a half inch of travel. Then as
a second test, try and twist the belt 90 degrees in middle of a long
stretch. A belt that is too tight won't twist, and if you can twist it more
than that then it is probably too loose.
I don't know how good that is, but it works for me.
-Kevin

On 10/3/05, Harold McElraft <hmcelraft@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Good question. The manual (M:04:01) says 6-10 mm with moderate thumb
> pressure from the top. So what is moderate and how do you measure
> the deflection? I use to do it with a long straight edge I had and I
> used a flat edge to deflect the belt.
>




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