Wanted Part # 300XL024 timing belt for Code 3 XL

mike2459

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That one should work, sorry. Click on the top line.
 
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Jesse J Volanti

Jesse J Volanti

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Just ordered 2. Now how do I remove the motor and disassemble without stripping or breaking off the nuts. On the right side diamond mirror I see there’s a broken nut. Found it when I was cleaning the bar. Do I use penatrating spray so this doesn’t happen. And thank you for your help.
 

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mike2459

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I used a 1/4" nut driver to take them out, it looks like the one might be either snapped off or just not in the one side. There's 3 screws holding the motor onto the frame use the same nut driver to take them out to. Carefull to loosen up the tensioner wheel that the belt goes around.
 

mike2459

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I had to partially remove one of the rotators and put the belt around the "gear" and drop it back down into place,
 

mike2459

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More than likely they snapped off the screw putting it in with a power driver, you might have to drill it out, good luck. If your lucky you might be able to put a vice grip on what's left of the screw and back it out.
 
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Jesse J Volanti

Jesse J Volanti

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More than likely they snapped off the screw putting it in with a power driver, you might have to drill it out, good luck. If your lucky you might be able to put a vice grip on what's left of the screw and back it out.
It was broken off and I’m sure they did the same for the rest of the screws, a few are stripped from either torquing or wrong size philips. And what about the tension wheel.
 

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mike2459

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The tensioner wheel has a little bit of adjustment to it there's a screw that holds the bracket in place for the wheel. make sure that wheel turns easily a small amount of 3 in 1 oil works on the shaft or I use garage door lubricant. The 3rd picture at the end of the red pen is the tensioner screw.
 

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mike2459

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A left hand drill bit might be able to back that screw out if you can get the bit seated into the screw right. Or even a screw out bit.
 

Jennifer Rose Towing

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Thank you. I have not heard that before. IIRC some older threads talk of the near extinction of the supply of belts for the bar.
 

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