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Replacement of all 4 belts.

1991Ford f250 diesel. Need to replace all belts. Powersteering, alternator fan, water pump. Need help. Thanks Bob

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Get a old leather belt cut it in half . Now put a hole in each cut end and drill it to the back of the cab.

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