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Old 02-02-2012, 04:13 AM
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hi rick, i know how to measurethe belt like you suggested but i think it is easier to have a part number so the parts guy can cross reference.
it is hard to find good parts guys these days they have to fill in all the blanks that the computer screen asks them. i went to rock auto and looked up a 72 f 100 with a 390 and they must have listed 20 different belts different manafacturers and different set ups, now i have a starting point.
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I just went through that process a couple of months ago. I tried the string/rope way and ordered a belt from Summit. It came out short.
So I just went to Napa and got three belts of different sizes, went home, took me a minute to find the corredt on, then returned the other two... Pretty easy that way.
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