The Stripper Hunter
TRX of the Month
- Jan 4, 2021
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- Ram TRX
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- Range Rover Sport supercharged, F-150 FX4, Jeep Grand Cherokee
Before installing the new stuff, I’d eyeball all the pulleys you can see. It could be a wobble in one of them that makes the belt more prone to slippage.I don't know. As a follow-up to my comment about using it as an off-road truck I got the answer below. Maybe it is the tensioners. Who knows, I hope. It is like pulling teeth and I'm bothering them. I will install their pulley kit this weekend and report back over the next month. It would be nice to have a proper CS conversation, their shit is not cheap and is running on expensive motors, so a thorough and helpful answer would be nice. Is what it is. if their tensioner works, great, if not they suck.
"You have something going on with your pulley alignments or possibly a bad tensioner. We have seen vehicles with 1000 miles on them have failing tensioner"
I have a wobble on one that ram service is fixing right now. Same thing as you, when I put water on the belt just before it went through the offending part, noise went away. Came back once water evaporated.
Which pulley kit from them are you ordering?