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  • Ball wheel belt tension springs

    This one is a heads-up guys:

    I just got a few tension springs in for the elevator frame to the ball wheel belt tensioning idler.

    There was a screw-up with whoever made the springs, the problem being that the hook that goes on the spring post on the idler arm is turned 90 degrees, so you would have to twist the spring 90 degrees to get it to attatch to the spring post.

    If you have gotten any of these tension springs lately, better check them before you might need to use them:

    Kevin

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