Sorry - no -classic2cv wrote:do you have a picture of this tool ?
But its as easy and plain as to my description. Once the tensioner roller bracket is retracted to compress the spring and plunger - you fit this simple tool to keep it in that position. Then you fit the belt, remove the tool and voila : the belt is now under tension. Makes it a LOT easier to fiddle with the belt.
sorry - just springs to my mind now that its mentioned in the haynes diesel manual (only).
Try make up that simple tool. its just some 120mm length of rigid steel (heavy sheeting) with those 2 bolts spaced 100mm apart. Bolts should reach out some 50mm. No need to be super accurate. A simple, fast and rough made bracket will do. It just needs to be that rigid, the tensioner spring will not open the distance between the bolts.