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 Posted: 07-24-2017 09:03 pm
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Joined: 05-01-2005
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
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One of the blue belt's advantages is it's exceptional stability. Continue to check it's tension on a regular maintenance schedule, but once it's set initially, it's very unlikely that you'll ever have to re-tension it. To date, I've never had to re-tension a blue belt due to stretch.

It appears to me that you're walking away from the convenience of front-side adjustability just to cover a need you'll never have. Just my two cents...

Why not hold off on selling your Van Ruth tensioner until you're certain you won't be using it.

Tim Engel