Table saw pulley alignment issue

I just recently put a link belt on my contractors saw and was doing some misc tune-up when I noticed a fairly perceptible misalignment in the arbor to motor pulley.
The weight of the motor on the opposite side of the pulley is causing torque, which in turn causes the pulley side to flare out at a slight angle.
When I lift the motor to relieve tension, the pulleys come into alignment and I can see the mounting bracket adjust accordingly.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
-Scott
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ignore it unless it is way out of alignment. otherwise, you'll have to shim the motor, which most likely will be a PITA and not worth the trouble.
dave
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Without knowing the brand, tough to say.
You can skew the motor on its mount by guess and by gosh if you need to, or moot the issue by getting the link belts, which seem to run a bit cattywhompus without problems.

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On 3 Jun 2004 11:14:43 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@lbcc.edu (Scott Voelker) wrote:

Pretend like you never noticed and go about making stuff.
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