How are the Idlers now. I know he had some problems in the beginning, but have they been addressed and working now? I was planning on buying them soon.
Don't the lugnuts go toward the engine.. so you don't see them? It probably doesn't matter, I didn't measure center line, just eyeballed it, they are after all only idlers.. I think from an asthetic (sp?) perspective lugs in looks better..2kbill said:The new ones are fine and have 'lugnuts':
it's normal and is, in fact, designed that way purposely....Fearbluer1 said:Do any of you guys have alittle play back in forth in the idlers?
Another words you grab the top of the pulley with or withouth the belt on, and try and pull and push the pulley back and forth. All 3 of mine have alittle "play" in it. They all seem to have the same amount of "play". I take it that this is normal??
give Doug or Rick a call....you have a set of the original design of idlersSolidSnake said:Are we supposed to have gotten lugnuts with the idler sets? All I got was the idler sets themselves with the bearings in them. No bolts, no lugs, nada....is this normal?
what kind of bearings are they?SolidSnake said:I got the idlers from Rick at Amazon about a month or so ago. I know he stopped selling the original sets of idlers due to the little problem they have been having....how do I tell the original sets from the new sets?
OK, you're just missing the SS allen-head screws that go in there....hang on, I'm making a call for yaSolidSnake said:Yep, 5 holes going around the bearing...allen head screws in the holes....the only pulley that has a bolt is the idlers pulley itself attached to the idler....the other 2 are just the pulley
miscommunication here....SolidSnake said:Yep, 5 holes going around the bearing...allen head screws in the holes....