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Old 04-17-2012, 05:08 PM   #1
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Cummins Belts

I am trying to locate the part numbers for the drive belts for my MH.
It is a 2006 Monaco Executive, with a ISX Cummins.
Being a retired military maintenance officer, I like to have a few spare parts, or at least the numbers on hand just in case of emergencys.
Any assistance will be apprecatated.
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Old 04-17-2012, 06:35 PM   #2
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Good Idea I carry a spare belt in our new Allegro Red.
They are available at most every Cummins Dealer.
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Old 04-17-2012, 06:59 PM   #3
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You might sign up for quickserve.cummins.com

Once you sign up you will have access to a bunch of maintenance and troubleshooting info on your engine by serial number. You can have 5 different Serial numbers with your ID

When I initially signed up they charged a fee but they told me this year they do not require fees anymore.

The site will keep you busy for a few months. They not only give you the parts number but a number history. When they change vendors the pn's change so if you know the history you can sometimes get a deal somewhere on the internet such as ebay.
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I popped my belt off and got the number from the belt itself. That way I knew the replacement would fit.
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Old 04-17-2012, 08:33 PM   #5
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Check with your chassis manufacturer for the belt number as they may add accessories to the Cummins block and put another belt on. I found this out when my belt broke on the interstate and Cummins could not help me but Freightliner knew the number.

Another piece of info to have is the belt routing diagram. Once that belt flies off, there are an unlimited number of WRONG ways to put it on and only one right way.

I also carry a short belt that could bypass the AC compressor if needed. That was another lesson learned this summer while broken down in Casper...
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Sorry guys I told you wrong. Quickserve does not give belt numbers for my engine.

So I went to accessfreightliner and the diagram shows what appears to be the proper threading diagram and list the cummins part for the main belt. However it does not show my second belt for the compressor. So I better take a look tomorrow before l start my next trip.

I guess I had better get some spares.
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The belt number should be in the engine section of your Monaco owners manual.

Wow, great looking coach. Can I ask what fuel mileage you are getting with your ISX?
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Thanks
It is new to us. Made a couple of short trips only so far, and have averaged 6-8
MPG. Will know more about MPG later in May when we head for CO.
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Was barely able to read the part # off the original belts. (once I got my head all twisted around enough to read them)
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Cummins does not supply the belts with the engine - the chassis builder adds those, probably along with some extra components, i.e. alternator and a/c compressor.
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Old 04-20-2012, 11:12 AM   #11
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Thanks All
I was able to locate the Cummins # for the belts.
Also found a good web site that has part numbers for several different engine applacations. WWW. beamalarn.com
thanks again to all, ready to hit the road, but must wait on BOH.
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Old 04-20-2012, 01:56 PM   #12
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Had my belt changed at the Cummins service center in Ocala, Fl while having service done. Someone said Cummins doesn't supply the belt with e engine. This sounds crazy to me.

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On our Spartan chassis with ISC the serpentine belt to the alternator was installed by Cummins, the "V" belt for the air con was installed by Spartan.
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