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    What are the motorcraft part numbers for the alternator/power steering belts, and the AC belt for the 1984 turbo cars?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephs84gt350 View Post
    What are the motorcraft part numbers for the alternator/power steering belts, and the AC belt for the 1984 turbo cars?

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    Motorcraft JB-535-LB x 2, matched set
    I think they are hard to find now.
    A/C belt is JB-390-LA after 03/1983
    JK
    1983 Capri RS Turbo (since new)
    1970 Boss 302 (since 1980)
    1965 Mustang Coupe (since 1976)

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    What is a good alternative to the motorcraft belts that would be readily available? I need to replace the belts on my SVO, as I have already lost one & the second isn't far behind.
    Andy G.
    1986 Mustang GT vert, 2R, original owner, 5 spd, 19k miles
    1986 Mustang SVO, 1C, comp prep, 3rd owner, 48k miles
    1989 Ranger GT -SOLD-
    2004 T-Bird, triple black, SST

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    Quote Originally Posted by 86GT2r View Post
    What is a good alternative to the motorcraft belts that would be readily available? I need to replace the belts on my SVO, as I have already lost one & the second isn't far behind.
    I'm interested too so had to look it up. I guess you do not need the AC having a Comp Prep. It looks like in Canada we had a different alt/AC belt too.

    Gates had all of the hoses and belts for the 2.8 we just redid. So far so good. They are a good name from what I hear and see. Are the Motorcraft ones that hard to find these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bosscar View Post
    Motorcraft JB-535-LB x 2, matched set
    I think they are hard to find now.
    A/C belt is JB-390-LA after 03/1983
    JB-535-LB Part number is E1PZ-8620-D according to my parts book.
    JB-390 was not in my 1991 copy of the master parts book. It doesn't show a MC number. It does give a E3AZ-8620-E

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    The newer the catalogs get, the worse the information gets, and usually bad information. I don't understand how they always get it screwed up as time goes by.
    I have microfiche dating back to the 1960's for most cars and trucks, and the fiche I was looking at was dated 1986. So, right at the time of the last SVO Mustang was being built.
    I think the E3AZ-E belt is the JB-390-LA though. Mid 1983 they changed the length. Not sure why....the compressor was the same for both years.
    JK
    1983 Capri RS Turbo (since new)
    1970 Boss 302 (since 1980)
    1965 Mustang Coupe (since 1976)

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