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GATES MICRO-V BELT -- 34.12 in. effective L, 34.68 in. outside circumference, 0.56 in. top width; The belt construction eliminates noise, reduces tension loss, and solves problem drives; Features added tensile members and rib reinforcement for wear and crack resistance; Meets or exceeds SAE J1459 specifications; Designed for small diameter pulley, backside idler and automatic tensioner; Replaces belts on serpentine drive and other V-ribbed belt applications.
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DAYCO SERPENTINE BELT -- 4-rib, 0.17 in. thick, 0.54 in. top width, 34.06 in. effective length, W rib profile, standard rib type, fabric backside material, EPDM, Aramid reinforced compound; Multiple-rib design provides better belt-to-pulley contact for less slippage extending its service than conventional V-belts; Eliminates the need for matching and allows controlled slippage in shock overload situations; Transverse groove design runs cooler up to 50 degrees Fahrenheit and dramatically reduces rib cracking for longer belt life of at least 40 percent; The groove design provides flexual stress relief for increased flexibility in both normal and backside bending; Also renders the belt less susceptible to environmental factors such as dust and splash-induced slip; Superior manufacturing technology uses a rubber backing that maximizes load-carrying capability and minimizes the noise that is often associated with competition's belts; Torque-carrying capacity meets or even exceeds conventional multi-rib belts; Features a cord saturated with a specially formulated treatment that insures length and tension stability.
"I am normally hesitant to order parts on the internet because of product quality and fitment. This belt fit perfectly and works great!"
posted by: Larry on August 12, 2013
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