Hydraulic Fan Pump Bypass Belt Size 100"

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  1. RigsLS

    RigsLS Dedicated LVC Member

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    LOL, that's funny .... No juice boxes for you!

    I didn't start nothing, you came on board and ran with it, didn't need my help! .... Honestly you believe your own crap!
     
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    roncoinc Well-Known LVC Member

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    I know you speak Nadian but,,,,, " I didn't start nothing " ???

    No poutine for you !!
     
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    C. Thomas New LVC Member

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    Is there a chance you could draw up a diagram of how you ran the belt?
     
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    Broseph Well-Known LVC Member

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    Just take the hydrolic fan pulley out of the image (item 1) and run the belt over top of the idle pulley (item 2) to the generator/alternator (item 9).

    You can replace the non-flanged idle pulley (item 2) with a flanged pulley (item 8) off a junk motor or search eBay. I did this to avoid the belt from slipping since both pulleys are smooth.

    I’m sure you could find a ribbed pulley with the same dimensions, but I’m on 30k miles with no issues thus far.
     
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