The final step was to install the belt. Insert a 1/2-inch drive ratchet into the square socket in the tensioner and rotate it clockwise until it stops. Route the belt around the crank pulley, power steering pulley, alternator pulley, and over the compressor pulley. Then pull the belt downward and slide it under the water pump pulley last, and then release the pressure on the ratchet and tensioner and you’re done. And that’s it. Installing Vintage Air’s Front Runner is an easy and rewarding chore. The system looks great and works even better! Stay tuned for the next look at project ’57—I’ll try and get crackin’ and get another step in the build done as soon as possible.