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Drive belt configuration for 84 B II

What is the drive belt configuration for an 84 Bronco II. Its been sitting in my garage for a while, and im just now getting it put back together. I cant remember how the belts went onto the pulleys.

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Yours Maybe Missing But Ford Puts A Sticker On The Front Crossmember At The Radiator Somewhere Close To The Hood Latch It Shaws The Belt Routing For Your Vehicle's Engine Hope This Help's

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