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Alternator belt #1071700 05/14/14 01:46 AM
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Hunthard Offline OP
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Sorry I'm sure it's been posted on here before I could not find it I'm putting on electric fan and I removed the pully on the water pump and now I need a smaller alternator belt does any one know the size and just to check the water pump runs off the timing belt right thanks.

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Re: Alternator belt [Re: Hunthard] #1071701 05/14/14 04:48 AM
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Peabody Offline
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Belt # is 4K335... 335 mm, 4 rib.

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Re: Alternator belt [Re: Peabody] #1071702 05/14/14 06:10 PM
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Hunthard Offline OP
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Awesome thank you

Re: Alternator belt [Re: Hunthard] #1071703 06/07/14 04:03 PM
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Tommychu Offline
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If you take the fan off that pulley just acts as an idler, doesn't really hurt anything unless the bearing is bad and you don't want to replace it or you're going for 'took the back seat out of my mom's civic' level weight reduction (and most of us put ridiculous bumpers on these things so it's kind of moot, though if I end up throwing this FE in a Miata like I've planned it'll be the first thing to go). Doesn't really matter but if I ever go back to a clutch fan the pulley is still there waiting for me.


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