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Posted: 09/02/19 06:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anyone know where I can buy one of these tensioners for the AC V belt on my Cummins ISL?

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Take your engine serial number with you to your local Cummins dealer's parts counter.
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Try Raney's Truck sales Ocala...big parts dept.


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Not 100% positive but that looks like a threaded rod screwed into the eyelet. Try turning it out. If it comes out go to a industrial supply store and purchase a threaded rod grade 5 or grade 8. Cut to length use
"lock-Tight" when installing the threaded rod into the eyelet. You now have manufactured your own tensioner. Hope this helps


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