dual cam w/o power steering belt

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dual cam w/o power steering belt

Post by datsunissan » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:03 pm

exactly what the subject says..i have a 95 ka24de that i took the ps pump off of and im wondering what i need for a belt. someone said something about a single cam pully but hopefully i can just buy a belt nothing crazy. help plz

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Re: dual cam w/o power steering belt

Post by beercandrifter » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:21 pm

datsunissan wrote:exactly what the subject says..i have a 95 ka24de that i took the ps pump off of and im wondering what i need for a belt. someone said something about a single cam pully but hopefully i can just buy a belt nothing crazy. help plz

thanks
grab piece of string, wrap around the pulleys to form full circle. measure length of string

take measurement in to autoparts store and they can hand you a belt by length.
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Post by airman » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:45 pm

String method will get you close but might be too tight.

Anyways, this is what you want.

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I don't remember exactly what belt I used. I did have to get it in a 4-rib and cut it down to 3-rib because the stores around me don't stock a 3-rib in that length.
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Post by i_slide » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:12 pm

Part #s:
Ac Delco: 3K267

Carquest/Gates: K030267

Dayco: 268K3, 5030268

Goodyear (Gatorback): 4030267

Metric: 3PK0648, 3PK675, 3PK680

Motorcraft: JK3-274

Napa: 25-030267

Go with the NAPA brand trust me it's the best fit. This will run the water pump off the crank pulley without any tensionor needed.
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Post by kacam24det » Fri Apr 05, 2013 5:08 am

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Post by Berserker » Fri Apr 05, 2013 8:00 am

Single belt from autozone, tight fit but got it on had it for 3 years or so.
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Post by nismoautoxr » Fri Apr 05, 2013 2:10 pm

future reference . Take your old (too long belt) , put the adjuster in the middle of its range cut the belt, stretchit around the pulleys you want to engage cut the excess out till the ends meet and the slack is out then measure end to end . A string might get close but (especially if its a v belt) it falls too deep in the grooves to be accurate.
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Post by datsunissan » Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:08 pm

thanks a lot guys. i think im gonna go the easy way out and either go with what berserker or i_slide said

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Post by airman » Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:23 am

I tried using just a belt without a tensioner, not my cup of tea. It kinda worked but I didn't trust it so I ran it until I got my SOHC stuff. Definitely worth it. I only wish I could find the belt I needed for it with only 3 ribs instead of four.
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