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Hi-res pictures of a complete assembly?


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Posted · Hi-res pictures of a complete assembly?

I'm having a bit of trouble following all of the steps, specifically this one:

"28. Slide in the right axis [a longer one] from the back of the machine (i.e. the top right corner when the machine is face down).

29. Put 1 timing pulley on the axis with the fastening screw facing inward the machine.

30. Take the long timing belt from the front of the machine and place it around the pulley."

I don't see the long timing belt from the front of the machine.

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    Posted · Hi-res pictures of a complete assembly?

    Flip the short belt you already have on to the pulley. Then put two more pulleys with two long belts on them on the rod and slide it into the bearing on the other side. Then make sure you get the opposite sides' rod through the belts before you slide it into the bearing cap.

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