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Old 03-30-2010, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default 95 5.0 budget smog delete.

Anyone that has already done the poor mans smog pump delete, in a 94 or 95 mustang GT/GTS, please supply the belt part number that worked for you.
Please only respond if you left your AC intact, and removed smog.
I have tried 2 different belts, neither works.
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lol blue oval industries makes a pulley for smog delete 60 bucks then if you got the stock heads plug the back of the heads easy stuff man uses the stock size belt
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thanks minnow,
but if I wanted to spend $60.00 for smog pump delete, versus $20.00 for a belt.
I have 5 kids, and am extremely low Soldiers budget. Thanks tho!
I still need the belt number guys...already rerouted, but belt sizing is a problem.
Thankzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!
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Take a piece of string and wrap it around all your pulleys as the belt would be. Measure the string and then go buy a belt that length
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Put your belt back on, drive to the parts store, and test out belt sizes until you find the one you need.
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Take a piece of string and wrap it around all your pulleys as the belt would be. Measure the string and then go buy a belt that length

+1, but dont use string, use a piece of wire. string stretches when you pull on it.

your being lazy, you dont need a part number just measure it
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