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Pictures are worth a thousand words:
http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/6626384

Scroll down to the last image, I think you have a roller.
This is a step by step, all you need is a vice, threaded rod, a nut, a piece of angle iron. You can do it easy. But you can always just throw it on and try it. May not shift right, may not pull 8100rpm or may eat a belt due to bad alignment... But then it may be just fine. Let us know!
 

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So i just threw it on, stuck it on the stand and obv there's no load but god damn did that ever wake the sled up. Lagged a little at first because the clutch hadn't closed, once it grabbed the belt, took off like a raped ape. Very excited to try this on the snow. Going to bring the stock one with me just incase
 
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