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Hs1132 tensioner springs

Well I took the tensioner springs for the drive belt apart and can't seem to figure out how they go back together and which orientation to put that back on, any ideas or illustrations on how the springs are suppose to look attached? I have a older hs1132 track drive blower. Thanks!
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Sometimes it helps to look at the parts diagrams.

Honda Power Equipment - Parts Look Up - Official Site

Otherwise, someone may be along to point you in the right direction.

I'm pretty much retired from the forum thing, but I check in every now and then.
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Well I took the tensioner springs for the drive belt apart and can't seem to figure out how they go back together and which orientation to put that back on, any ideas or illustrations on how the springs are suppose to look attached? I have a older hs1132 track drive blower. Thanks!

Send me a PM with your email; I've got a few pages of service materials I can share with you.

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Send me a PM with your email; I've got a few pages of service materials I can share with you.
Robert, he has only one post, he won't be able to send you a PM yet (he needs to have at least 10 posts I think to be able to send a PM).
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Thanks guys I managed to find a similar post on here that someone already posted the page from the service manual. I just ended up going down to the hardware store with the original springs and got new ones that were just a smudge smaller and it made the tensioner go just the right spot. Does anybody know where to get a pdf copy of the entire service manual?
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As far as I know there is no Honda free PDF Service Manual download (there is a user or owners manual). If you want a complete Service Manual you have to buy it on either eBay or Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Honda-HS1132-.../dp/B00IOQJROC

Honda HS624 HS724 HS828 HS928 HS1132 Snow Blower Service Repair Shop Manual | eBay

I got myself a manual from eBay for $30 (slight defect on front page, which I did not mind)
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