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I just did mine...I used the tension tool from ArnWorx to set it. The write up in the tech notes in the last step is pretty straightforward. If you have tension on one side of the tensioning roller but not the other side make sure that when you rotate the engine couple of turns there is no drag or interference in the engine. It will obviously get harder to rotate at compression points, but should then become easier as you get past them. I did a couple of teeth past and back to make sure tension is even.
Note do not go backwards more then just a jog, 1 to 2 teeth only !
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1986 951"MADDOG" black with maroon interior
All stock with shimmed WG
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