:ditto:Yeah, It is a bit of a painful process, but worth it in the end.FirefyterEmt said:I have done this three times by the book.... and I STILL do not really have a good idea on just how it's done! Every time I follow the directions it either slips at take off, of looses gears towards 5th. I have had the best luck adjusting "on the fly" until it's decent. It's not an easy thing to work with when you have to take in the proper "slack" so that the belt stops when you step on the clutch. Proper tension in low at take off, full range into 5th, Oh.... and don't forget the brakes have to work just right too!
AND I just remembered... you need the right tension so that park works. Not too loose, not too tight! Too loose is not fun when that varri-drive lever flips over the stopper! It can put your hand into the belt pulley if you have covers off... while you adjust the belts with the motor running!