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I searched this forum for the belt size for deleting my smog pump and everything I found said to use a 90.2" belt, well I went out and bought a 90" belt and it just slipped into place without even moving the tensioner so I know this can"t be right. I used the belt routing that everyone posts up when this question is asked. So what am I doing wrong, my belt part number is 900k6 which is a 90" belt, my next step is going to Advance and buying 3-4 shorter belts of different lengths and seeing which one fits the best and returning the rest unless I can find somebody who knows the exact belt size I need.
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honestly i had to do the same thing with my 95. I listened to what the sight called for with the shorter belt it had listed and it wasnt right at all, i cant remember what size belt it was but i ended up having to go back like 3 times to get the right one, i can tell you that it wasnt cheap because i remember the guy at autozone saying it was a special size or something like that
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A Ricer is a stupid young idiot who thinks he is a car expert after watching The Fast and the Furious, Pimp My Ride, and playing Need For Speed Underground-LMFAO
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Oh yea and it is a special size i had to get it ordered :-/ and just bring a 15 wrench and slip on the belt there just incase but thats the sameone i have rite there..
A Ricer is a stupid young idiot who thinks he is a car expert after watching The Fast and the Furious, Pimp My Ride, and playing Need For Speed Underground-LMFAO
I went to Advance where I know the Manager(used to work with him at a different Advance) and I returned the 90in belt and bought all the belts he had between 86" and 89" and an 88.3" belt was a really really tight fit to get on but it fits and should work just fine.
yeah like i said when i went to get mine they said it was a "special size" they did have it in stock but it was like 7 bucks more than the other ones...lol
I searched this forum for the belt size for deleting my smog pump and everything I found said to use a 90.2" belt, well I went out and bought a 90" belt and it just slipped into place without even moving the tensioner so I know this can"t be right. I used the belt routing that everyone posts up when this question is asked. So what am I doing wrong, my belt part number is 900k6 which is a 90" belt, my next step is going to Advance and buying 3-4 shorter belts of different lengths and seeing which one fits the best and returning the rest unless I can find somebody who knows the exact belt size I need.
The problem is that belt lengths will vary slightly from one manufacturer to another even if they quote the same length, so you may have to try more than one belt until you find the perfect fit.
I think that diagram is a bit off because I used that diagram as a template for my belt routing and used a 90in belt which is .2" shorter than a 90.2" belt and I was able to put it on without moving the tensioner so I know it was way too long. I ended up using a belt that is almost 2in shorter than the recommended belt so I know there aren"t 2in differences from belt to belt of the same size.
As far as I know all of the pullies are factory I don"t see anything that would make me think that I have underdrive pullies on the car.
A Ricer is a stupid young idiot who thinks he is a car expert after watching The Fast and the Furious, Pimp My Ride, and playing Need For Speed Underground-LMFAO
Not sure if you"re being sarcastic there or not, but an UD crank pulley can make quite a difference to the belt size. I used a 90.2" belt when I had smog delete and stock pulleys, but then went to a Gates K060868 86.8" belt when I added an ASP crank pulley.
ok well just so that it is know since i couldnt find anyone with a solid awnser on this website or a google search, the above diagram is wrong, a 90.2 in belt will work but it will have to go OVER the idler pulley and bypass it and the belt is almost too big.a 91.5in belt maybe 92 will fit as the diagram shows.this is with factory pulleys and ac
I used a delete pulley and used the stock belt. Was no hassle at all. Makes replacing the belt easy if and when you need one. Thought I"d share.
I used a delete pulley and used the stock belt. Was no hassle at all. Makes replacing the belt easy if and when you need one. Thought I"d share.

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ok well just so that it is know since i couldnt find anyone with a solid awnser on this website or a google search, the above diagram is wrong, a 90.2 in belt will work but it will have to go OVER the idler pulley and bypass it and the belt is almost too big.a 91.5in belt maybe 92 will fit as the diagram shows.this is with factory pulleys and ac
Well this is getting a bit ridiculous. Mustang Boy"s saying that he needed a ~88.5" belt to route it according to my diagram, and now you"re saying that you need a belt 3" longer than that. That"s quite a variance but whichever way you look at it, your 91.5" and his 88.5" average out to 90". Like I said earlier, it"s going to be trial and error and you may end up trying more than one belt until you find the right size.