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    Changing a ball wheel belt for the first time.

    I was told there are videos on Bowl Tech on how to change a ball wheel belt on a Brunswick A pinsetter. If so, where do I fine them?
     
     
    Very visual...if you got pictures...send them too! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurtisMcB View Post
    I was told there are videos on Bowl Tech on how to change a ball wheel belt on a Brunswick A pinsetter. If so, where do I fine them?
    Here's some directions. Scroll down. http://www.bowltech.com/forums/showt...all+wheel+belt
     
     
    I'm going fishing and camping!

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    I find it easier to leave the J bolts alone and remove the two bolts at the bottom (where you adjust the belt tension) to let the cross conveyor drop down.
     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack_Sparrow View Post
    I find it easier to leave the J bolts alone and remove the two bolts at the bottom (where you adjust the belt tension) to let the cross conveyor drop down.
    I did the same.
     
     
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    I always have lowered the cross conveyer by the j bolts. I cannot tell you how many bent, stripped, broken or incorrect hardware I have found within the j bolts.
     
     

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    I also leave the J bolts there.
     
     
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    For a long time, I would remove the bolt for the motor at the back, and always had a hard time getting it back in by myself. Finally realized that it is MUCH easier removing the nut/bolt in the front.
     
     

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    A little off topic but I guess you could say I cheat a little bit. I use these http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/POW...t-V-Belt-5A547
     
     

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    I used to take off the J bolts...but now I leave them on and take the adjusting bolts out. When I was teaching, I had one guy take the front of the cross conveyor off to get the belt around...I thought that was a bit much but it worked for him.

    I think he now takes off the adjusting bolts though.
     
     
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    I always did the J bolts because I found that many installs where done incorrectly and the J bolts where not properly seated in the casting. The end of the J bolt has to go into the hole slightly to get the proper grip. Otherwise the J bolt bends, or the casting breaks.

    Just something I noticed here and there over the years, and it stuck like mud in my head (amongs't other weird things that get stuck there?).
     
     

 

 
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