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Old 01-27-2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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short serp belt for non a/c 2.0 (removing a/c) p/n?

lmk!

i tried search but all i can find is 9k threads ;.;
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Old 01-27-2012, 09:20 PM   #2
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Keep searching. I think its a sticky in the Ng900 forum
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haha wow...
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You two need to take your Wang wars off the netz.....

And you can just call any parts store and ask for a serp belt for your particular car minus a/c. They all have a listing for it. Usually a good idea to get it a few mm longer than what's recommended.
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wang wars? he lives down the street from me. i'm allowed to give him a hard time.
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Just a heads up if you do the short belt change the idler pulley if its old. I snapped mine after installing the belt. It feels just a bit tighter than the stock belt which may have led to the failure of the pulley.
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wang wars? he lives down the street from me. i'm allowed to give him a hard time.
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I've been using a 6pk2015 on my NG which bypasses A/C and center idler. Would prefer something just a hair longer.
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john had the belt laying around on his garage floor, saved me 30 bucks :0 thanks john!!
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Just a heads up if you do the short belt change the idler pulley if its old. I snapped mine after installing the belt. It feels just a bit tighter than the stock belt which may have led to the failure of the pulley.
hmm... hadn't thought about that one... maybe thats why mine came apart...
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