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Old 09-23-2008, 05:13 PM   #1
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Is there any way to remove the belt without pulling the primary or breaking it off?

Trying to put in new springs and cant get the secondary to open so I can get the belt off.

Any tips??
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i changed the belt myself ..i tried without the puller..go down and buy the puller it will take you about 5 minutes compared to hours of fighting it..trust me on this 1
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I got the puller. It takes about 1 minute once you have the cover off. I got mine from epi. I think it was $20. Worth every penny
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I haven't used a puller yet and it's easy to do without it IMO. I took the handle of a hammer, put that on top of the belt on the secondary, then took a mallet and pounded the belt down into the secondary....only need to drive it down 1/4" or so. The belt walks right off then. Just make sure you don't scrape the sheaves is all....don't wanna be scratching those up.

A puller is easier, but if you don't have it and you need to change it, this way will get you taken care of.
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I agree with Sanny, I only spin mine off....and spin the new one one...sometimes 4 hands work best. if your not gonna use it....cut er off.....

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I haven't used a puller yet and it's easy to do without it IMO. I took the handle of a hammer, put that on top of the belt on the secondary, then took a mallet and pounded the belt down into the secondary....only need to drive it down 1/4" or so. The belt walks right off then. Just make sure you don't scrape the sheaves is all....don't wanna be scratching those up.[/b]
I did just as he says here and it worked like a charm and in a matter of seconds.
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