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Check the numbers on the old belt or take it to an auto spares shop and they have a tool that will measure the belt for you. Buying from the net in this case is a bad idea as belt width will vary the length and besides if the shop sells you the wrong size you just take it back for a bigger/smaller one. Point ---make sure that you are fitting the belt on all the pulleys in the correct way as missing a pulley will be too big or going the wrong way around a pulley will make it too small.
Posted on May 11, 2014
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