I haven't taken it off to see, but it's doing the same thing it did before. Where the pulley is not alined, it's getting a little cocked. So when I took it off last time the tensior pullet bearing was bad and the hole in the bracket where the tensior bolts in was out of round and the bolt was sloppy in the hole. Even when I put the new parts on, the tensior pulley wasn't 100% square. I couldn't get it running true, it was off a little. It seems like a poor design on the tensior. I have put a few on and I never had one that the spring on it does't fit in there that well and it's not internal. The spring also pushes outward when you are bolting it in, which seems weird.
Thursday, December 8th, 2011 AT 2:18 PM