If your Foxbody's serpentine belt is worn, squeaking, or slipping, it's time to replace it. A malfunctioning drive belt can cause power loss and accessories to not run properly. Get if fixed with this 1987-1993 Mustang Gates drive belt! This belt is ridged to prevent slipping and made of durable rubber to last longer than other replacement belts. Pick one up today to get your Fox Body 5.0L engine running great!
General Serpentine Belt Info
An improperly functioning Mustang serpentine belt can cause premature accessory failure and should be inspected for any signs of cracking or uneven wear regularly. Replacement recommended every 20,000 miles.
Intended for use on Mustangs running air conditioning deletes M8511A50 or LRS-8511A. Belt length 84.5" (Inner) and 85.25" (Outer) circumference.
1979-95 Mustang How to Measure Serpentine Belt Length (5.0)
How To Change Mustang Serpentine Belt - LMR Basics
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Published on 2016-07-26 Here’s a tip on how to measure to get the right length belt for your 79-95 Mustang 5.0L!
In this video we show you how to properly measure belt length to avoid repeated trips to the parts store in search of the correct belt. All you need is a piece of string and a measuring tape to get the right length belt.
Published on 2016-12-05 In this installment of LMR Basics, check out the very simple steps required to change your serpentine drive belt. The serpentine drive belt’s job is to turn all of the accessories in relation to the engine’s crank pulley.
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Since their beginnings in 1911, Gates has made their way to become the world's leading manufacturer of power transmission belts. They have provided the aftermarket industry with high quality components such as drive belts, belt tensioners, automotive hoses, hydraulics, transmission oil coolers assemblies, water pumps, power steering parts and much more. The popular Green Stripe belts are engineered to take on the high engine temperatures associated with long drives. They retain their flexibility when others would crack and stretch.