I would agree with Flytigre, Without the allignment tool your not goin be able to measure very acuratly. The two big belt wreckers are the secondary allingment & clutch paralellism. The rear float should be only .060", & that is taken up by the o-rings. Still called float, but you wouldn't be able to slide the clutch on the shaft when its installed correctly.
If your in a pinch, you might be able put the back on a stand, have somebody rev the sled & watch the shift to see if the belt appears to stay straight. Crude, but might be effect without the proper tool. If you are puking belts often, I am thinking you might be able to see the problem?
I think the only belts that will fit correctly are the 020, 021, 031, 035
Current Sled: 2013 F800 RRK
In the Past:
2012 F800 SP
2003 F700 SP
2004 F600 SP
1999 ZRT 600
1996 ZRT 600
1994 ZR 580
1992 EXT 550 Special
1990 EXT 530
I used to be an indecisive procrastinator.
Now days, I'm not so sure…. but when I get time I’ll figure it out.
Last edited by 68ragtop; 02-13-2011 at 07:37 AM.