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Old 11-23-2011, 11:13 AM
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Ford 460 Belt Diagram?

I just got a 82 F150 with the 460 in it and I need to know where I can locate a belt diagram. The problem is that I am not sure if this is the original 460 or if it is from a different year or generation completely. Help?
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460's were not factory in an 82 F150.
If it has a serpentine belt, it's from a newer application.
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I do believe it has two seperate belts. The truck started as an f150 and by the time I got it it has a 250 clip and the 460
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If it's the standard V-belt there should be 2 of them. When I redid my engine I just took a cord and wound it around the pulleys for each belt and measured the cord to get the general idea of length. As far as routing (I don't have A/C) the front pulley on the crank goes to the right as your looking at the engine to go around the power steering pump and the other back pulley goes to the left for the alternator. I don't have that air pump BS anymore. Took all that smog control stuff out when I rebuilt the engine. I suppose I should just get static pulleys but it seems to work for now.
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This might (or might not) help - from a 460 in a 1980/89 van with dealer-added AC:
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Someone cut/cobbled up my 86. If I can find the brackets, I want to redo it all like an early 70's and scrap whats left of the emissions.
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I had one belt still on the water pump/crank shaft pulley. Is there suppose to be on belt or two seperate?
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I just went out and looked and it is a 4 pulley system without a/c
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