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WMW 21mm serpentine belt tensioner tool

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Old 02-18-2017, 05:20 PM
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WMW 21mm serpentine belt tensioner tool

Category: Drivetrain
Price: $32
Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing
Part fits (you may select multiples): R55, R56, R57, R58, R59, R60
Location (Region): NorCal
Item Condition: Brand New

Drive belt tool for R56, R56, R57, R58, R59, R60 by Way Motor Works. See here:

http://www.waymotorworks.com/belt-to...8-r60-r61.html

This tool is used to turn the belt tensioner so you can remove the accessory drive belt. Without this tool, you have to remove the headlight. Way sells these as a pair, one tool for the older tensioner with a 21mm 12 point head, one for the the newer design that has a 30mm 6 point head.

This is the 21mm tool ONLY - still in the wrapper.

I used the 30mm on my car this morning and it made changing the belt incredibly easy.

1) raise the car and remove the right front wheel
2) remove a bunch of plastic expanding retainers and 2 T-30 screws, then remove the wheel well liner
3) put this wrench on the tensioner, rotate, pop in the retaining pin
4) pull the tab to release the friction wheel
5) remove old belt
6) fit new belt
7) grab the wrench again, another tug on the tensioner to release the retaining pin then let the tensioner go back to work
8) push the tab on the friction wheel back into place
9) replace wheel well liner and fasteners
10) replace wheel.

DONE.

Really fast and easy. If you have to replace your accessory drive belt you should have this tool.

The pair is $65, I'm selling the 21mm tool which I don't need for $32 plus shipping plus paypal fees. Check to make sure this is the right tool for your tensioner.
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TTT.

quit putting off replacing the accessory belt, buy this tool and get it done quick and easy.
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bump!

$32 including shipping in continental US.
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Bump for those planning for some maintenance over the upcoming 3 day weekend. $30 shipped in the continental US.
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