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Mar 7, 5:00pm - #413244 
Those with Gatorback belt on a GTS...

how was the fitment?? yesterday i bought an "Dayco" belt for my GTS and it wouldn't fit, it missing like 1/2inch of diameter..i just wonder if you guy install it, how was the fitment on it..i'm thinking of buying it..i spend 2hrs with my bro last night trying to install it but couldn't, so i return it..any help would be greatly appreciated..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Mar 7, 11:06pm - #413245 
i installed my gatorback belt about 2 weeks ago and i love it. personally i would say take it back and get the gatorback belt. i have attached the tool that i used to pull on the tensioner. i got it from autozone for 3.99 and worked perfectly

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Mar 7, 11:11pm - #413246 
the gatorback serpentine belt for our 2zzge is the Part No.4060763 thumbsup

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Mar 7, 11:14pm - #413247 
thanks pnoygts i was just looking that up to tell him too

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Mar 8, 1:52pm - #413248 
i use a gator back too good belt. less squeaking due to the design.


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Mar 8, 9:19pm - #413249 
thanks guys..i just ordered it..should be here in a week..but as long as the fitment is as good as the OEM belt then installation is a snap..i returned the belt i bought already..can't wait for the gator back belt to come..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Mar 9, 4:11am - #413250 
Where can you order it?


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Mar 9, 8:48am - #413251 
^^autozone.com..for 49.97 shipped i think..i say 50buck even..type in the part number mention above so you get the right one..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Mar 12, 12:09am - #413252 
$50 for a belt!! eek I have a fleet owner's account at O'Reilly Auto Parts. I need to check with them!

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Mar 12, 1:17pm - #413253 
^^^see if they actually carry the gatorback belt..cuz the O'Reilly in my town don't carry them..actually the entire auto part in my city don't carry them..they carry Dayco or something for 28bucks..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Mar 19, 6:30pm - #413254 
is it worth it , all it does is just stop the squeeking.

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Mar 19, 8:39pm - #413255 
if you keep your sanity, that's why I'm going spineyes

plus if you tend to cruise around crowds of people walking, it will keep them from staring at you wondering what's messed up with a new car.


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Mar 19, 10:17pm - #413256 
oh man does it work..it fit like a glove compare to the one i bought from advanced auto part..no more squeaky..yay..i'm so glad i purchase this..installation took 30sec after you remove the old belt..it's easier if you took off ur passenger side tire and drop the underside plastic to expose the pulley..so yeah..i highly recommend them to anyone of you with squeaky problem..although i feel like, at first, acceleration reaction is slower..but maybe it's just me or maybe the belt is being break in slowly..


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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