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    I figured maybe we should move this over here - in an effort at possibly assisting someone else - concerning this procedure.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2655153
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    Super Simple Procedure is as Follows:
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    1. Remove the chrome 12mm headed capped nut.
    2. Remove the 14mm headed capped nut.
    3. Put a 19mm socket and Breaker bar on the tensioner and pull to the right of the ski and clip the belt from under the tensioner pulley. Let the tensioner go and remove the entire tensioner now.
    4. Where the 14mm capped nut was you will see two large washers fixed to a center bushing. Pry one side off the washer has an internal o-ring. Now punch the whole bushing out the oposing side. You will see its all dry and powdery on the outer. Clean it all with a wire wheel and sand paper. Grease and re assemble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooling View Post
    I figured maybe we should move this over here - in an effort at possibly assisting someone else - concerning this procedure.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2655153
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    Super Simple Procedure is as Follows:
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    1. Remove the chrome 12mm headed capped nut.
    2. Remove the 14mm headed capped nut.
    3. Put a 19mm socket and Breaker bar on the tensioner and pull to the right of the ski and clip the belt from under the tensioner pulley. Let the tensioner go and remove the entire tensioner now.
    4. Where the 14mm capped nut was you will see two large washers fixed to a center bushing. Pry one side off the washer has an internal o-ring. Now punch the whole bushing out the oposing side. You will see its all dry and powdery on the outer. Clean it all with a wire wheel and sand paper. Grease and re assemble.
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    Thanks Great Info

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANTONYUK View Post
    I'm doing a set for belt tensioner (for salt water operation)
    Includes:Bushing , washers and Lubricator
    Made of stainless steel (hard alloy)
    Price $ 40
    who is interested to write to pm
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    yep him grease nipple fix's all the probs

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    yep him grease nipple fix's all the probs

    Waz
    Don't forget the bottle of bourbon......that helps too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyMac View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sirbreaksalot View Post
    yep him grease nipple fix's all the probs

    Waz
    Don't forget the bottle of bourbon......that helps too.
    not make crooked

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    This seems a simple way removing the tensioner just read like the other person on here that the manual states the damper will be damaged if there tool is not used to keep the spring compressed?
    Is there anychance this quicker method could damage the damper?

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    You cant damage it

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    Cheers, well I decided to check the tensioner today and yes it was stuck and very corroded. The ski has only done 30 hours from new salt water use 2015 model.
    I had to use a hefty hammer and a few hits to get it out. I have attached picks of the corroded parts, I plan to race Aqua x this year and need reliability, would you guys just replace the bush and seals with new parts?

    How difficult is it to replace the belt?

    Replacing the pulley bearing on the housing that I removed with the pre tensioner attached, is it just a case of undoing the nut and swopping out the bearing?
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    You can use some steel wool to knock the big stuff down then fine grit sand paper it smooth and reinstall with some grease. Ive done it and been just fine for a long time.

    The belts not to bad, you alread have the tensioner off so remove exhaust down pipe, remove the motor mount bolts, loosen superchager/intercooler hose clamps and slide the motor forward.


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