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Ok I recently saw a stang with the belt tensioner removed and in place they had this metal piece that goes from the Alternator to the powersteering, What are the gain from removing hte belt tensioner. Im going to have my setup look like this...but with the P/s still there. and remove the tensioner, whats the reason people do this, where can I buy the kit for this...
in that picture, the belt tensioner is where the ps pump was. i cant really tell if they still have the ps pump either. it looks like theres just the alternator, water pump, crank and the tensioner. he had to move the tensioner so that it could apply pressure on the belt. and that metal bar is for support
cross threads are better than no threads
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