Question about AC Cars & Trucks
Use a bit of string or rope to run around all the pulleys without the air con compressor and mark the rope. Measure the length. Most V and flat belts are marked with their size, which is their length in cm. Remember that the compressor pulley may put an angle or bend on the belt for it to run properly and be tensioned properly. If you bypass this, there may be nothing to tighten the belt, or the tensioner may not work as well. You will soon find out if the belt slips, it will squeal like mad.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I doubt anyone knows that off the top of their head. You could run a string through the path you want the belt to take and measure how much string it takes. This will give you an approximate length for the belt -- most parts stores could find one close to that size.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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