FleetPride 2019 National Parts Catalog

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BELT TENSIONERS

DRIVEALIGN ® HEAVY-DUTY AUTOMATIC BELT TENSIONERS

• Labyrinth Seal prevents contamination of internal parts for maximum durability and service life • Machined Steel Pulley reduces surface wear while shielding internal bearing from outside contaminants

• Double Row Bearings twin rows of bearings carry more load and last up to three times longer than two individual bearings

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APPLICATION / DESCRIPTION

38587 38501 38610 36091 38511 36223 38503 38506 38516 38569 38514 38667 38523 38620 38505 38671 38517 36341 38631

BTENS 03-08 ISX INT-KW-Mack-Peterbilt BTENS 2000 60 SRS Freightliner FLD

BTENS Green Stripe Drivealign HD

PULL Drivealign Idler Pulley BTENS 1999 3126 Sterling Pull Drivealign Idler Pulley

BTENS 98-20 60 SRS Freightliner Century BTENS 99-00 C10-C12 Sterling L-A9500 BTENS 00-01 FD1060 Ford F650-F750 BTENS 1999 DT 466 International 4700 BTENS DD13 and DD15 Engines BTENS 98-04 AI-AC-AMI-E6-E7 Mack BTENS 04-08 DT466-570-HT570 INTER BTENS 2000 M11-ISM Freightliner FL112 BTENS Green Stripe Drivealign HD BTENS 05-06 C15 Freightliner

38667

BTENS FD1060 Ford F800-FT900

Pull Drivealign Idler Pulley

BTENS Green Stripe Drivealign HD

Belts and tensioners are designed with similar life cycles. They wear at the same rate and replacing a Tensioner with every Belt (1-to-1) ensures optimal performance of the belt drive system and extends the life of both parts.

Belts and tensioners are designed with similar life cycles. They wear at the same rate and replacing a Tensioner with every Belt (1-to-1) ensures optimal performance of the belt drive system and extends the life of both parts. If the serpentine belt system loses any tension, problems shortly follow:

• Diminished system charging • Squealing

• Excessive belt wear • Power steering loss

• Poor A/C performance • Reduced cost-per-mile performance of the system

BE SYSTEM SMART Many of the symptoms that indicate a problem with the serpentine belt drive system — squeal, vibration, excessive belt wear, and illumination of the “check engine” light — can be traced to a worn or failed Tensioner. That’s why the Tensioner is the best place to start when diagnosing trouble.

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