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Quote:I was actually thinking of serpentine belts for the power steering and the like which typically are replaced multiple times during the life of the vehicle.Regards,Jim
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Quote:Oh, one more question: Can the "N" azimuth pin on the tripod for both mounts be re-positioned from being between two legs to being aligned with a single leg (i.e., so the CW shaft hangs directly over a "N" leg)?Thanks!- Jim
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