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Author Topic: Drive belt tension. 2018 LT 40. 300HRS  (Read 1432 times)

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Offline Lawg Dawg

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Re: Drive belt tension. 2018 LT 40. 300HRS
« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2018, 07:33:24 AM »
But, Did you actually figure it out?
You changed 3 things there.
- Was it feed rate?
- or the tracking bolt head?

- or was it the drive belt?
I'm not sure because I pretty much did all 3 things at the same time...but I did figure out, the first time I adjusted the drive belt, I just loosened it up because I was looking at the wrong manual.  I have auto clutch, and that's the one I should have been looking at.  Maybe Woodmizer should address this issue since it's such a critical adjustment.


 
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Re: Drive belt tension. 2018 LT 40. 300HRS
« Reply #21 on: October 13, 2018, 10:43:34 AM »
Marty probably told you to get the jam nut good and tight. I have a feeling if you slow your feed rate back down the marks would come back.
Woodmizer has a pile of maintenance videos available, including a LT40 drive belt one.
Tom
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