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Default Belt routing on 86 351W FYI

OK this is how I am told by an old mechanic.
Rear pulley on crank is for the fan and power steering.
middle pulley is altenator only.If you have an air pump it will have a short belt to the second pulley on alternator.
Outer pulley is for AC and adjuster pulley. George
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