Tensioner & Idler Pulleys

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ZZ-6R35SM $21.99
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Greatly increases belt wrap when switching to a smaller pulley.


If you are going to run a smaller supercharger pulley sometimes it makes more sense to buy a larger tensioner pulley. The tensioner pulley costs less than a new belt and is very easy to change using a 15mm wrench.

Our 3.5" tensioner pulley (stock is 3") will allow you to reuse your stock belt with a 3.4" supercharger pulley on the 3800 set up. It gives you more wrap on the SC pulley helping to prevent belt slippage.

Greatly increases belt wrap when switching to a smaller pulley.


If you are going to run a smaller supercharger pulley sometimes it makes more sense to buy a larger tensioner pulley. The tensioner pulley costs less than a new belt and is very easy to change using a 15mm wrench.

Our 3.5" tensioner pulley (stock is 3") will allow you to reuse your stock belt with a 3.4" supercharger pulley on the 3800 set up. It gives you more wrap on the SC pulley helping to prevent belt slippage.

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3800
LSx

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SB
12/05/2017
Seth B.

Good quality parts

Much better than OE, these pulleys are much heavier duty than plastic, thank you ZZP.

EP
10/19/2017
Efrain P.

Idler pulley

Great quality :thumbsup:

JN
07/01/2017
Jason N.

Tensioner & idler pulley

Better than oem!

WP
06/04/2017
William P.

Great product

Great quality and seems pretty simple to install, just waitin on zzp to send me back my ecm all tuned up. Lets its in to install :relaxed:️

GG
05/24/2017
Guest G.

Great product. Have to do a bit more grinding than they make it seem.

Arrived quickly, functions perfectly. Allows me to run my 3.0" pulley with a factory belt, not a special order one :) The amount of material that needs to be ground off is fairly significant if you don't have access to a grinder. I was able to do it w/ a dremel and a file.