Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Peoples Republic of Massachusetts
Loosen your axle nut , not a lot but enough so if you tap it lightly it will move . Loosen your left side adjusting nut 1/4 -1/2 a turn , no more than that , tap it forward to bottom out the adjuster and tighten the axle nut . This should help to pull the belt more towards the center of the rear pulley if its riding tightly against the outside . Sometimes your belt is more likely to squeak too if its unusually on the loose side . 1/4 -1/2 is a very small increment but may just do the trick . Clean your belt while your there with a plastic bristle brush and some soapy water , dish detergent is fine .
2014 Cross Country
2014 XC , Lloyds A/F , Timing Wheel +4 , PCV , Miller Mufflers , 1/4 Turn Throttle Ring , Dyno Tuned by KMC Powersports 98HP 113 TQ