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Old 06-08-2013, 11:09 PM
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Originally Posted by esnite View Post
how do you determine whether its the belt or not?
Best way to check if it's a belt is to spray a little belt conditioner on the belt before it gets to the main pully. If the noise goes away, chances are it's the belt. However, Warlock makes a good point in that it could be a 2 piece balancer. And like Gen1 said, always start with the simple, less expensive stuff and work your way to the harder, more expensive stuff.
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