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    The belts have become very brittle and dry so they have to be changed. I've only found the partsbook number which is of no help in Sweden. Does any one have the corresponding Gates number, or dimension?
    Car is quipped with P/S, A/C but no S/C.

    1557585 belt, fan & alternator
    ? belt, power steering
    1694301 belt, compressor and fan drive

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    1557585- 43 1/2" X 15/32" X 38 degree.
    Acme 837
    Crown 149A
    Dayco 306M / 921M
    Durkee Atwood V5041 / V5742
    Firestone 3-H-150 / 3-J-319
    Ford B5C-8620-A C2AE-8620-G
    Gates 8219 / 8322 / 8451
    Goodrich 20W
    Goodyear 13 H435 / 13T435 / 406H
    Motorcraft JB436 / JB436L.
    Napa 222 / 599
    1694301- 49 1/2" X 1/2" X 38 degrees
    Acme 666
    Crown 264
    Dayco 3363M / V114M
    Durkee Atwood V5447X / 347
    Ford CODE-8620-E
    Gates 9279
    Goodyear 17T491 / 17T494
    Napa 413

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    • #3
      quote:Originally posted by long1776

      The belts have become very brittle and dry so they have to be changed. I've only found the partsbook number which is of no help in Sweden. Does any one have the corresponding Gates number, or dimension?
      Car is quipped with P/S, A/C but no S/C.

      1557585 belt, fan & alternator
      ? belt, power steering
      1694301 belt, compressor and fan drive
      Scroll down to page 7......http://members.cox.net/njnagel/files/Interchange.pdf

      1557585 Fan belt - Gates 7440
      1694301 AC belt - Gates 9490
      1548513 P.S. belt- Gates 7380

      Bob Langer
      Glenshaw,PA





      Bob Langer
      Glenshaw,PA

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      • #4
        Thank you very much, the information available is impressive.

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        • #5
          A lot of the supplier web sites now include Stude part numbers in their competitive cross references on their web site, which was not true when I created that list.

          If you still have intact old belts, a good parts store can measure your old belts as well - which is probably the most reliable method of all.

          nate

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