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Belt Tensioner adjustment-2.5L phase I


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#1 tomson1355

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Posted 26 January 2005 - 02:09 PM

The FSM says:
Do not use a lateral type vise.
Do not allow press pressure to exceed 9807N (1000Kg, 2205 Lb.)

What is the reason for not using a lateral type vise? Can I use one if I'm careful? I'm sure I could be careful enough to not exceed 2205 lb.

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#2 frag

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Posted 26 January 2005 - 02:48 PM

Most everyone here use a standard shop vise. You only have to be sure both ends of the tensionner are at an exact 90° to each jaw and that you compress VERY slowly.




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