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Old 11-01-2005, 07:56 AM   #1
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last night,i was installing my 10x2 v2 on my 415,after i installed it,and i put the pinion gear...it seems that when i pull on the belts to make sure everything is good,its kinda tight..is this normal?is it suppose to feel like that?
in other words,when i pull on the belts to check the gears,its hard....any ideas?
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please?anyone?
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If you're talking about experiencing the motor having a "cog" effect,(like you really feel the motor "thump" when you turn it over by hand,) then yes, this is normal.
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If you're talking about experiencing the motor having a "cog" effect,(like you really feel the motor "thump" when you turn it over by hand,) then yes, this is normal.
what about the belts that are not turning easy,they are hard to turn by hand....is that normal?
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When the motor is attached yes, they are hard to turn. You are feelign the cogging effect through the belts. The V2 has some pretty strong magnets, so it makes it feel harder to turn over.

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thats what i needed to know...thanks kitty
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