WHITES BELT TENSION GAUGE

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The Whites Belt Tension Gauge can be used to adjust belt tension on most motorcycles equipped with a secondary drive belt, the gauge provides a simple way to confirm the belt for proper tension. Correctly tensioned and aligned belts prevent premature wear on the whole of the drive chain. Ideal for use after a belt replacement or wheel servicing, constructed with a 1" to 3.5" scale for quick and easy measurement.

Easy to use and read
The gauge allows for accurate belt tension to be set
Use after belt replacement/adjustment or wheel service
Use on secondary drive belts with 10 pounds specification
1" to 3.5" scale

Directions For Use:
1. Position the small O-ring over the 10 lb. mark.
2. Position the U-shaped belt cradle against the bottom of the belt at a 90-degree angle and locate the large O-ring to a reference point, record reading.
3. Push upward on the rubber bumper until the small O-ring touches the bottom of the tool body. Re-align the large O-ring to the reference point, the difference in the reading is the belt deflection (refer to service manual for specification).

The Whites Belt Tension Gauge can be used to adjust belt tension on most motorcycles equipped with a secondary drive belt, the gauge provides a simple way to confirm the belt for proper tension. Correctly tensioned and aligned belts prevent premature wear on the whole of the drive chain. Ideal for use after a belt replacement or wheel servicing, constructed with a 1" to 3.5" scale for quick and easy measurement.

Easy to use and read
The gauge allows for accurate belt tension to be set
Use after belt replacement/adjustment or wheel service
Use on secondary drive belts with 10 pounds specification
1" to 3.5" scale

Directions For Use:
1. Position the small O-ring over the 10 lb. mark.
2. Position the U-shaped belt cradle against the bottom of the belt at a 90-degree angle and locate the large O-ring to a reference point, record reading.
3. Push upward on the rubber bumper until the small O-ring touches the bottom of the tool body. Re-align the large O-ring to the reference point, the difference in the reading is the belt deflection (refer to service manual for specification).