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    Long time no see guys,

    Any way i have said car specified above and i noticed on the pulley (stock 2.9) i noticed a bit of rubber dust accumulating around the jack shaft mount that seems to be coming from the serpentine. the belt looks okay no cracks no fraying. However i do live in new england and it is cold and it has been wet and i do have the hood inserts removed which exposes the pulley to the elements ( belt has tiny squeek when started cold but goes away when warm. I jsut wanted to know if its anything to write home about or not? belt might be old ( maybe as old as 10 yrs) car was installed factory with magnuson and just sat around. only has 26k miles.

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    10 year old belt -- time for a new one imo.

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    thanks! does anyone have a spec for a replacement belt by any chance?

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    Can you still see the make and number on your existing belt?

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    hmm good question, sorry for being so novice. I never had a situation where i need a belt for an aftermarket application.

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    I would use a Goodyear Gatorback or Gates Premium belt. They cost a little more but they are worth it.
    My ride is a 2002 Camaro SS SLP #3296 with 30k, LTH, 3" Y, CME, Frost tune, K&N, ported TB, Blackwing lid, Bellows, MSD, Denso Iridium, and 85mm MAF, Bilsteins, Eibach springs, SLP strut brace, Adj. Panhard, TA Girdle, UMI, Pro 5.0, Nitto NT555
    My wife has a 2004 GTO with the rare SAP, 18" wheels, K&N Cold Air System, MSD, Ported TB, Frost tune, Denso Iridium, Flowmaster cat-back, 3200 Yank, 75k

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    Agree -- Gatorback is the way to go. You can take the existing belt off and any parts store can measure and match it. I checked around a bit and could only find a part number for the rear belt.

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