Timing belt installation should be a snug fit, neither too tight nor too loose. The positive grip of the belt eliminates the need for high initial tension. Consequently, a belt, when installed with a snug fit (that is, not too taut) assures longer life, less anbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Timing Belts and Pulleys|
|Author||:||Stock Drive Products (Firm).|