North American Turbocoupe Organization

Roasted Rack, Part Deux
Okay, well I've decided I'm going to rebild my p/s pump and replace all my line while I''m in the process of yanking my rack out again. Only problem is I need to drive this thing to the shop to work on it. To keep from making the pump any worse I want to bypass the pulley with a shorter belt. Can anyone tell me how long of a belt I'm going to need?

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Dan E Offline
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I'm not sure you can bypass the PS pump. The way the belt is routed, it must go around the PS pump and come UNDER the tensioner then to the Alternator, Water Pump, Crank.

If it goes from Crank to Alternator to Water Pump the tensioner would not be able to be utilized...

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