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Old 09-08-2003, 10:13 AM
sbourg sbourg is offline
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Pics #1 & #3 look right, I think. You shouldn't need any brackets, but you will need the bolts and possibly some associated hardware. My guess is that with a new belt, you will not get enough vibration to need the shock. Be forwarned that the tensioners themselves fail with age. The rubber torsion element crumbles, slacking the belt, and it is then easy to break the tensioner adjuster mechanism trying to get it tight again.

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