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11-07-2019 04:25:47

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looking at putting power steering on my M. what size v belt do in need to use


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11-08-2019 11:03:23

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 Re: M power steering in reply to bass, 11-07-2019 04:25:47  
If yours is set up like the one shown in IAtractorkid post, then it takes a Gates A39. Or at least that is what mine takes. I believe that is a genuine Charlynn pump setup and mount.

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11-08-2019 16:57:14

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 Re: M power steering in reply to used red mn, 11-08-2019 11:03:23  
Looks like I have to clarify, the one that does not have the bright red engine paint.

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11-07-2019 07:12:40

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 Re: M power steering in reply to bass, 11-07-2019 04:25:47  
i put a power twist belt on my m to drive the ps pump and generator. its a segmented belt, add or subtract links to get the correct length. you do not need to remove the main drive belt to install. heres a link

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11-07-2019 07:00:53

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 Re: M power steering in reply to bass, 11-07-2019 04:25:47  
Unfortunately there is no one single answer to that question, except, "The one that fits."

Charlynn, Behlen, or any of thousands of different cobbled up power steering pumps off of old cars... Running a separate pulley off the crankshaft, or sharing with the generator... Stock generator in the stock position, or some cobbled up alternator conversion... All effects belt length.

I'd recommend measuring, buying a few belts around the size you measured, finding the one that fits, and returning the rest. I know it's not the easy answer, but with so many variables, it's the practical answer.

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