What do you guys use for the eccentric nut to set tension on the belts?
I'd go to Harbor Freight and the get cheapest 22MM wrench you can find. There is no real torque placed on it. I already have a full set of wrenches beyond 22MM, so it was easy enough. I have older (as in actually made in the USA) Craftsman stuff, but for this you can really go cheap.What I thought although the price for a single 22mm wrench would maybe be same as the tool but thats the way I will go also. Where would be the best place to get the cam pulley lock and castle nut socket and what method do you use for tensioning the belts Dan? Need to find a couple of curved forceps also.
Correct, as long as the dots are all lined up on all 3 pulleys you are good to go.Thanks for the tip Mike. So I have come to the conclusion that as long as the marks are matched up on the cam pulleys and lower drive pulley you can't go wrong on belt reassembly. At this position the horizontal cylinder is at tdc. Was always worried of having the timing off 180.