>When installing a fanbelt, tie-wrap a second belt behind the cross-member.
>That way, it is already past the pinch point and ready to be cut loose and
installed >if/when .the .one in use fails.
>Haven't tried it myself, but sounds reasonable.
Someone told me to do that when I first acquired my TR. I did it and the
result was that I have never had a fan belt problem in 20 odd years. Highly
Something like taking your umbrella to the racecourse to stop the rain.
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