Poly Rib Belt
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CARQUEST by Dayco Poly Rib Belt

Part No. 6070817 Warranty Details  

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The Dayco Double Sided Poly Rib Belt is designed for multiple accessory drives requiring the transmission of power from both sides of the belt. Dayco was first to introduce the double sided serpentine belt to the automotive aftermarket. This double sided Poly-Rib Belt is another Dayco product proudly made in the USA.

Product Features:
  • No-Noise Advanced Design EPDM rubber compound for quiet extended life
  • Aramid noise resistant fibers embedded in the rubber make this belt run quieter in worn or misaligned pulleys
  • Advanced manufacturing techniques allowing the overall belt thickness to be minimized which ultimately resulting in a cooler running belt
  • Made in the USA
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Belt Length:81.65 in
Belt Width:.96 in
Material:EPDM, Aramid Reinforced
Rib Quantity:7

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    Is there any way a two sided belt can be installed on a 2000 Chryler Town and Countrey with a 3.8 engine? If so, what's
    Asked on 12/30/2012 by Dave from Pleasant Hill, CA

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      With reference to your query on Dayco Poly Rib Poly Rib Belt - (Part No. 6070817), the installation instructions are follows. Open the hood and find the belt tensioner pulley. This pulley has a bolt in its center that will allow you to release tension on the belt. You'll see the belt running around the tensioner pulley as well as the crankshaft and alternator. Look at how the belt is routed around various pulleys. Make a drawing for yourself, with detail, so that you know how to install the new belt. The manufacturer may provide a belt routing decal under the hood, but if not, your sketch will be important. Use a wrench to rotate the belt tensioner pulley bolt and slide the old belt off of the tensioner pulley. Use your own belt routing diagram to install the new belt. Make sure your new serpentine belt is correctly seated on all pulleys. Replace tension on the belt using your wrench on the tensioner pulley bolt. Run the engine and check for flapping, noises or other signals that there is a problem with belt installation. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

      Answered on 12/31/2012 by Aaron from AAP
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