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Old 03-03-2006, 06:17 PM   #11
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Default Re: Update (with picture) Belt rubing

Originally Posted by lash
Originally Posted by McGrath
...I don't think the Gatorback are all they are cracked up to be on our superchargers.
Not to get off topic, but what makes you say this? I'm just curious, nothing more.

edit: beaten to the post by (who else?) again...
Well Bill brought up a good point in favor of the Gatorbacks but I don't think their grip is better then a standard continous belt rib. I would for sure use a Gatorback belt on for my serpentine belt but I wouldn't anymore for my */C.

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