Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius!
Isn't that what I said? The MP is the correct arrangement. You and I appear to agree on this. I just brought some stuff forward from page 3 to page 4.You WANT the additional pulley on slack side/non tension side so he can change his mind 50 times but the MP is correct. As I said before the drivers side is the tension side and passenger side is non tension side. The belt turns clockwise when standing in front of it. This in turns has the crank pulling on the belt on drivers side making it the tension side. Why do you think the tensioner is on passenger side? Because it's the non tension side. Adding the additional pulley on passenger side allows more belt wrap on the non tension side.. Again the MP IS the right orientation.