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Post  chris532 March 21st 2021, 3:31 pm

Anybody have to remove material from the back side of the lower pulley to center the belt. Found a small chunk tore loose from belt and can see its riding hard on back lip of pulley. I'm sure the pulley is fully seated on the crank. Before installing housing, I installed pulley on crank and made sure it went on all the way. Then took measurement from pulley to front of crank snout. Measurement repeated on final install.

Measuring with feeler gauge I have .045 gap between belt and front lip of pulley. Thinking I need to remove .022 from pulley

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Post  BOSS 429 March 25th 2021, 5:36 pm

pulley not on far enough, cheek radius of crank could be holding it out some

Id be looking closer before I removed anything
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