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Old 03-10-2006, 03:45 PM   #1
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I am going to put a 2.2" or 2.3" pulliey I know where to get that (pullie boyz) on my car i know thats i should get the over sized tentioner pulley at the same time, I know that the tentioner pulley you get from pulley boyz is simply a GM pulley so i would like to know what the Gm part# is for it ( i know its posted on the site someware, but i CANT find it) i want the number because i can get it from my work with a good employee discount
also i would like to know the PN'* and/or the place to get the Goodyear Gatorback belts

any help would be great, because i hope to have all the parts need by NEBF
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I am going to put a 2.2" or 2.3" pulliey I know where to get that (pullie boyz) on my car i know thats i should get the over sized tentioner pulley at the same time, I know that the tentioner pulley you get from pulley boyz is simply a GM pulley so i would like to know what the Gm part# is for it ( i know its posted on the site someware, but i CANT find it) i want the number because i can get it from my work with a good employee discount
also i would like to know the PN'* and/or the place to get the Goodyear Gatorback belts

any help would be great, because i hope to have all the parts need by NEBF
Gatorback belts:

WP, AC, SC: Goodyear 4060860
Alternator, PS: Goodyear 4060605

Not sure on the oversized tensioner pulley.

Edit: Oh yeah, you wanted a place to get them. I was planning on ordering my set through Advance Auto'* website, but if someone knows where to get them cheaper, ADvance lists them as: $36.99 for the SC and $29.99 for the Alt.
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Just found Summit Racing has the SC belt for 30.99, the other belt was more expensive tho.
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SC tensioner pulleys are in Techinfo, Performance. From NAPA. INTENSE and ZZP also sell them.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=46
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I don't know the GM part numbers. They're for a different application. Autozone can order Gatorback belts for you if they don't have them in stock.
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Will, the AC Delco part number for the tensioner pulley is the same as the NAPA or Gates part number. Go to the cross reference for AC Delco parts:
http://198.208.187.182/internet/Vehi...l=A&part=38020
When you click usage, it will direct you to the automotive application for the part.
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SC tensioner pulleys are in Techinfo, Performance. From NAPA. INTENSE and ZZP also sell them.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...e=article&k=46
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I don't know the GM part numbers. They're for a different application. Autozone can order Gatorback belts for you if they don't have them in stock.
The artical confuses me slightly, are you recomeding the 3.5" (38020) tentioner pulley to go with a 2.2" or 2.3 SC pulley?
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Correct. 3.5". I used the 3.25" on my ACCESSORY path to make up for a smaller alt pulley (160amp alt).
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Correct. 3.5". I used the 3.25" on my ACCESSORY path to make up for a smaller alt pulley (160amp alt).
Sweet! thanks, now i just have to get it into my head that the SC and Accessory path are not the same
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Just make sure you check your fuel pressure AND have a scantool available if you go to a 2.2".
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well i perchased a 2.2 in red today (black out of stock for the next few weeks)
I spoke with Brian Wicklund from pulley boys (as sugested by DriverJohn) and we was able to clear things up and he gave me a very fare deal on the pulley as well, I must say that they have Great customer service at Pulleyboys


And yes Will I will be getting a scan tool to go along with this pulley, only it might not get to me as fast but there will be more then one at NEBF were ill be installing it so im good there for the time being
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