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Old 08-28-2007, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default 3.5" Idler pulley part number

Sense i put the 2.55 pulley on i may want to goto a 3.5" idler just to make sure i dont get belt slip.

I dont think im getting any now, but i want to make sure.

So anyone know the Part number for one?

Either NAPA, Autozone, Advance...

i went to advance today but they seem to not have a easy way to look one up.
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ill sell ya one

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I go in and say...gimme one. They merely look up the right one and grab the next size up.
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i thought i need a 3.5" not the next size up.

Haro, unless its like $10 or so i dont want it, when i got one for my SE it was around $10
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You want a 3.5"

If they look up the right size..it'* a 3", then they grab the next size up aka 3.5" That'* the parts guys easiest way to find the 3.5".
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so there is no 3.25 or 3.1 or so on..?

i just want to make sure i get the right one
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I go in and say...gimme one. They merely look up the right one and grab the next size up.
That felt so nice when you said that and they just went and reached for it . I wanna go back
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Hint (repeat already in this topic):

TECHINFO. Part numbers for 3.25" and 3.5" are there. I recall suggesting a 3.5" for your application and setup recently.

Have you even looked in Techinfo? Those part numbers should cross-reference wherever you go.

If more than $10 is too much, perhaps you should come to terms with belt slip.
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The Dayco website may also be of assistance.
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