Thread: DIY Ultra Belt Holder
01-08-2010, 06:56 PM #1
DIY Ultra Belt Holder
Got some time this afternoon to put together an inexpensive belt holder for my Ultra supercharger belt. The R&D setup is very nice but I didn't have the $80 laying around right now AND it gave me some time to "play" in the garage..
The stainless threaded rod I picked up from McMaster for about $13 and I had all the other stuff laying around. One thing I didn't anticipate is that I had to move the motor forward to get the rod into the holes. No biggie because I had it loose anyway to put the belt in. Could probably have gone with a 75mm rod and not had to use the rubber end caps and it "may" have cleared the coupler...
I layed the pieces out on the towel to show the order on how they went on. The only change I made that's not really noticable but you can see in the last final finished pic was I used larger stainless fender washers for the top 2 studs as more of a belt retainer.
01-08-2010, 07:10 PM #2
pull your pump and check your drive shaft alignment now you have disturbed the engine mounts. for an hour of fun you could save your pump and engine, its a must whenever the engine mounts are loosed.
01-08-2010, 07:14 PM #3
01-08-2010, 07:16 PM #4
nicjak put some words to dubz's dampner failure thread about the shims, sure you will work it out. bad alignment will destroy a pump in no time and we know what happens after that coon ass mod or not.
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