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Old 06-03-2014, 10:11 PM
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v-belt diagram or pictures of yours?

I have an 86 E-350 RV with a 460 motor that I need a v belt diagram for or if someone could take pictures of theirs so I can see how the belts are routed that would be great! Mine has the double power steering pump belts a/c and 2 smog pumps. It has 5 total belts. Thanks for your help!
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Are all of your belts missing?
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yeah it is an rv that was sitting for 10 years and they are gone. I am pretty sure I figured it out but I was surprised how hard it was to find any reference to them.
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4 sheave crank pulley.

From inside out:
2 belts around water pump and power steering pump.
3rd sheave, one short belt around alternator.
4th sheave around water pump and A/C compressor.
The dual A.I.R. pumps are driven from the outside sheave of the two groove alternator pulley.

Brnfree posted a pic a couple of weeks ago.
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