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Size of poly rib

I need to know the size of the poly rib I think it is 6pk2255 but aim not sure could you write me please the orginal size

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If you have the 2.3 4cyl then the 6pk2250 would be the correct belt, if you have the 3.0 6cyl the 6pk2100 would be the belt you need.

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