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    Posted: 27-December-2015 at 4:32AM
Hi guys,

I need to change the 3 belts, for alternator, ac, power steering.


Do you know which belts sizes (alternator, ac, power steering) I have to chose for my 73 Gran Torino Sports (fastback) 351 Cleveland 2BBL.

Because I see differents sizes for the same alternator belt, ac belt, power steering belt.

Thanks in advance
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each belt may be different depending upon what accessories the car has, power steering belt is different
depending upon if the car has A/C or not, and if the A/C is factory installed or dealer installed
 
bottom line, it's a mess
 
are US style belts common over there?
 
did you contact ilyes?
 
factory or dealer A/C ?

 


Edited by Rockatansky - 27-December-2015 at 6:21AM
72 GT Ute
   
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Thanks Rockatansky 

My Torino has A/C and power steering.
We have shops who are specialized in american classics cars but it's expensive that's why I prefer to order stuff in US.
I think it's a factory A/C, but the guy who sold me the car told me He changed the A/C but maybe it was only the gas...

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is there any chance you can read the name and numbers on the belts??
JOHN
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74 VETTE CUSTOM
90 S10 BLAZER 4X4 LIFTED
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I watched some photos that I took of my belts a few weeks ago, it's only written "17555" on one of the belts and on the other one (alternator) I can only read "DA CO" "539" and so I checked on Rockauto it looks like a Dayco one "1539DR" 
I have to take a photo for the third belt.
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