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    Established Member Two Rings tazzb5's Avatar
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    AC compressor bypass (belt size)

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    My bracket for my ac compressor broke and my belt keeps slipping off. Does anybody know what size serpentine belt I need to bypass my ac compressor (obviously a smaller belt)? Let me know. Im just going to push this problem off until the spring lmao. If i dont get replies ill just measure it up tomorrow and post the results.


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    Veteran Member Four Rings zillarob's Avatar
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    I wanna say its like a 6pk1615 or something like that if you are getting rid of the ac and fan pulley.
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    Senior Member Three Rings ReggieNoble's Avatar
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    Here's the part number, can't remember sizetapatalk_1547036810902.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by zillarob View Post
    I wanna say its like a 6pk1615 or something like that if you are getting rid of the ac and fan pulley.
    Just the compressor


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReggieNoble View Post
    Here's the part number, can't remember sizetapatalk_1547036810902.jpeg

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    Thanks


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    Veteran Member Four Rings vavJETTAw36's Avatar
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    I might have an extra bracket for you

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    Senior Member Three Rings ReggieNoble's Avatar
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    The belt I posted was for no fan or ac also btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReggieNoble View Post
    The belt I posted was for no fan or ac also btw

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    What do you mean no fan? No clutch fan? Im looking for something like this. IMG_0774.JPG


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    Established Member Two Rings tazzb5's Avatar
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    Bump?


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    Veteran Member Four Rings zillarob's Avatar
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    Mock it up, wrap a string around the pulleys, mark it, and measure.
    If the measure you get is say 1775mm, the belt you would need is 6pk1775.
    Stock is 1856 and with both removed is ~1615 so gonna be somewhere between the 2.
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