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Where can I get a such tool ?
What is the mopar part number ?
How do I use this gauge ?
IIRC 95 lbs are recommended.
 

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The TIII does not require any adapter. The tension gauge has two "feet" that sit on top of the belt and a third "foot" that you depress below in the middle. When you release the third foot is puts tension on the belt and shows reading.

Use the gauge between the two top cam gears and without any load on the cams. ie. rockers backed off.
 

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Back in the day I believe I ordered the Miller Gauge and this is what showed up.

It is the exact equivalent if not the exact gauge as the Miller C-4188

It is the tool recommended by Chrysler to check tension on the TIII, but it's a tension gauge, so you could use it on any belt, no?
 
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