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Old 09-04-2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Does anyone know what the belt part numbers are for a 2000 Alpine with the Cummins 330hp ISC?
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Does anyone know what the belt part numbers are for a 2000 Alpine with the Cummins 330hp ISC?
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NAPA V-Ribbed Belt #080680

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Serpemtine belts run a long time provided that no rocks or foreign material get in the pulleys to chew up the belts. For years I have been taking the old belts off and putting them in a bag and stowing them away where they could be pulled out and be reused for 'getting back home again'. This got me home from an extended ocean fishing trip and I am still saving old belts. Don't get me wrong, belts do need replacing but the old belts have their place in an emergency.
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