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Uh Oh, WRONG Belt numbers/sizes!

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    Thumbs down Uh Oh, WRONG Belt numbers/sizes!

    This might be cuz of my ASP pulley, but I went to replace both belts and GMPARTSDIRECT.com sent me longer belts than needed.

    1256-9529 4RIBS-1040mm
    1256-9527 6RIBS-2001mm

    I really dont know the length of the current belts, so can I have some help here?

    I also got the wrong pulleys.. I need the BOTTOM (A/C) belt tensioner. It looks as if its gone shitty again.

    I have no part number for that one.

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    Hmm, ok heres my sig.
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    LS6 intake, Hooker Coated Long Tubes, Y-pipe w/1 carsound cat, Hooker Catback, MTi Clear Lid, FRA w/ Holley Power Shot, ASP crank pulley, 1.8 RRs, 3.73s w/TA girdle & Eaton Differential, Granatelli SFCs, Pro 5.0 Shifter, LS6 Clutch, Diablo, TByrnes Maf Ends (in winter), All the Free Mods

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    Goto chinazone and pick up some belts. shoudl work fine
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    I dont have chinazone near me.

    I tried NAPA today and they dont have ANY a/c tensioner listed. I told him our cars have two tensioners, but NAPA only sells one.

    Ugh, without part numbers, I cant order squat!

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    have an O'riellys near by? they are the top dog in parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by '96 Z28SS View Post
    have an O'riellys near by? they are the top dog in parts.
    Damn! No! Hah! Lets see, all ive got is NAPA, Bennet, carquest(though I dont know where it is), discount auto parts, auto zone...

    I know GM Parts Direct would have it, but I dont know the part number.

    And I still dont know the belt sizes I need.

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    Part number

    After a search using the term "belt tensioner," I found 2 pages of nothing but questions about the a/c belt tension part number. No one knew. But I said fuck it and called Fred Beans and what do you know, they had the part and sent it out to me this morning.


    Hopefully this will help in future searches..

    A/C BELT TENSIONER PART #: 12560345

    Fred Bean was selling it for just over $50.

    I still need part numbers for both belt sizes for an underdrive pulley. If need be, I can always rip them out and go to an auto part's store and hopefull yhave them match it and then provide a shorter one, but I know theres a part number out there..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    After a search using the term "belt tensioner," I found 2 pages of nothing but questions about the a/c belt tension part number. No one knew. But I said fuck it and called Fred Beans and what do you know, they had the part and sent it out to me this morning.


    Hopefully this will help in future searches..

    A/C BELT TENSIONER PART #: 12560345

    Fred Bean was selling it for just over $50.

    I still need part numbers for both belt sizes for an underdrive pulley. If need be, I can always rip them out and go to an auto part's store and hopefull yhave them match it and then provide a shorter one, but I know theres a part number out there..
    i believe the belts you need are 1 to 2 inches shorter then stock if that helps any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKIRA View Post
    After a search using the term "belt tensioner," I found 2 pages of nothing but questions about the a/c belt tension part number. No one knew. But I said fuck it and called Fred Beans and what do you know, they had the part and sent it out to me this morning.


    Hopefully this will help in future searches..

    A/C BELT TENSIONER PART #: 12560345

    Fred Bean was selling it for just over $50.

    I still need part numbers for both belt sizes for an underdrive pulley. If need be, I can always rip them out and go to an auto part's store and hopefull yhave them match it and then provide a shorter one, but I know theres a part number out there..

    Guess whos fucking belts are squeaking again... Holy mother of christ, how many times am I going to replace these things........

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    Make this a 3RD time!

    Seriously, what the fuck is going on? Ive replaced BOTH tensioners twice and the belts 3 times each. I am about to replace some things again, however, can someone tell me the most reliable belts out there? Meaning strongest, wont stretch....at this point, price is no object.

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    i think that goodyear makes some real nice belt. sorry, don't have part numbers though.

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    Lord, have mercy.

    I did a google search on this shit and I find my own thread!

    Does anyone have part numbers listed? I need part numbers for the serpentine tensioner and both belt sizes.

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    From the ASP website:

    Depending on your pulley part number in the 1st column the belt is in the last column


    948520 LS1 Camaro / Firebird / Z-28 98-02 K060755 / a/c K040378
    948500 LS1 Camaro / Firebird / Z-28 98-02 K060760 / a/c K040378
    948584 LS1 Camaro / Firebird / Z-28 98-02 K060770 / a/c K040378



    I also goggle the part # for the belts and they show up as Gates Serpentine Belts
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