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serpentine belt length?

Anyone of you fellas know the belt length when you bypass the smog pump and have an A/C pulley?

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thanks for humoring me. prolly coulda searched better.
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lol no problem and dont worry about it glad i could help
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I am not sure if things changed over the years,but on my 95 5.0 I used a Goodyear Gatorback 4060915. Been on there 8 months,no problems.
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