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Old 02-23-2011, 10:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool Serpentine Belt (2008 6.7 Diesel)

Anybody out there knows who makes these belts for Morpar. Morpars part
No. is 53041138AE. How can i cross reference this no.to another manufacture.

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Call your local parts store and ask them for the part number they use. Not sure what you are really trying to do here. Take a good look at the tensioner while you have the belt off.
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Call your local parts store and ask them for the part number they use. Not sure what you are really trying to do here. Take a good look at the tensioner while you have the belt off.
Thanks, pretty well what i was going to do. Have 85,000 kl on my truck, figured i'd get a new one & use old one for spare. Just trying to figure out which is the best brand of belt.
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Anyone out there with advice. I hear Dayco has a new series belt ( W ) which is suppose to be great.
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here are 2 part numbers for Gates belts one is HD and the other is OEM, the fleetrunner has a cool green backing
K081264HD

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Take a good look at the tensioner while you have the belt off.
How right you are,

Had the tensioner blow up, way down a bush road north of Ft.Mckay Alberta. Had to get a belt and a tensioner hot shot out, only to find out dodge does not put a sticker on the truck showing the correct routing of the belt.

Had to phone the local dealership and have the mechanic describe the routing to me over the phone. FUN FUN.

I guess what i am trying to say is draw a picture in sharpie somewhere you can find it before your belt fails or you take it off and forget how it goes back on.
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