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  1. 94bago
    08-08-2010 11:14 PM
    Merrill, thanks for info. Is yours a 454 chevy engine? If so, would it be possible for you to look at the pully alingnment on yours. It is fairly simple. My curisoty is getting the best of me. I just cannot believe that my pully alignment is factory standard. I am curious as to what you see on yours. If you could turn the wheel to the left and shut engine off and slip in between the front left tire and front bumper. You will be able to see the power steering pump pully and just eyeball to see if the pully is parallel or on the same plane as your other pullys. My set-up has only one narrow belt that turns the ac compressor. (It appears that my power steering pump pully is slightly tilted back. ie the bottom of the pully sticks out slightly more than the top of the pully. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. James
  2. 94bago
    08-07-2010 11:45 PM
    Hello Romer1
    Just recently purchased a 94 Winnebago Aventurer 34RA. How long have you had yours? Does it have a Chevy 454? If so, does your power steering pully belt line up correctly with the AC compressor pully belt? Mine does not seem to line up correctly and the belt slips. I haven't tried tightening the belt until I find out about the correct pully alignment.

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    2000 Itasca Suncruiser 35U
    2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited.


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