Just remember to tighten the axle bolt to spec and when you do tighten the bolt it is going to mess with your belt alignment. I got mine to go to the left side of the sprocket and then torque the axle bolt and it should shift it to the right slightly. I had to loosen the axle bolt and adjust tension bolt and re-torque the axle bolt a few times to get it right. My belt is still in a different position every time I look at it from coming home from a ride but it pretty much stays in the middle or to the left of the middle.
2011 Cross Roads Sunset Red
OEM short windshield, passenger backrest, crash bars, saddle bag bars, heated grips, vinyl closeouts, tachometer, ambient temp, LED headlight, luggage rack. WD lay down licence plate.