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Unread 08-12-2002, 03:38 PM   #1
CJ7Jeff
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Need help with engine pulleys

Does anyone have any idea what the correct widths for the grooves on the alternator, power steering and water pump pulleys on a factory 258 w/o air conditioning? I seem to have some issues with mine. My alternator belt looks fine on the waterpump pulley, sits way too deep on the crank pulley and sits a little too deep on the alternator pulley. My power steering belt looks like it sits fine on everything though. I hope somebody can help me. I don't really want to spend an entire weekend in the salvage yard looking for pulleys.

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