Some time ago I picked up the bright yellow HF 8.5x18 lathe, SKU 41292 (actually, come to think of it, that SKU may be incorrect. For some reason a 3xxxx number is sticking in my head, but I'm not home at the moment to verify it. I got the 41292 off the internet). It's functional, but the belt tensioner bolt assembly nut appears to have failed at some point in the past and to say it's been hacked back together would be quite the understatement. It holds tension...kinda..for most operations in the forward direction but slips horribly in the reverse direction. Reverse is about good enough to roll some Dykem on the part, and not much else. I haven't found a need for reverse as of yet, and likely won't, but I'd still like to fix this before the need arises. Problem is, I'm not entirely sure how the tensioner bolt is _supposed_ to be set up, nor could I find a decent depiction in the simple manual I downloaded for it. Does anyone else have one of these beasts that could snap a photo or two for me?