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well I thought I wrote it down in my manual but i can't find the length of the belt. I need the belt length for the drive belt on a 1977 16/6 tiwn. I sherded the belt while grading my driveway with a front dozer. blade.:thanku: :thThumbsU:thThumbsU
 

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well I thought I wrote it down in my manual but i can't find the length of the belt. I need the belt length for the drive belt on a 1977 16/6 tiwn. I sherded the belt while grading my driveway with a front dozer. blade.:thanku: :thThumbsU:thThumbsU
original part # 2692R,now BP 80 DAYCO , may have changed again.
 

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Thanks Guys!! I am going to go over everything that has to do with the belt, because this was a fairly new belt, that it tore up. I'm thinking it has a idler pulley that has gone south. Small Fry I will be sure to check out the pivot bushing too. In the mean time I have swapped all the Impalaments over to my 66, so I can finish working up the driveway LOL. Dirt Dog wants me to come and get the Red Rooster. Thanks Again!! :thThumbsU :thThumbsU
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I found the problem, that caused the belt breakage. it was the V idler pulley seized. Everything else looks, and feels good. thanks Plow for you help too. Small Fry the clutch Pivot work as it should, with out excess play. So I think itwill be fine. I have my parts Ordered they should be here Monday. Thanks eveyone for your help

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