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Old October 11th, 2010, 05:28 PM
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fan belt cross reference

I am looking for a cross reference for my fan and alternator belts on my d-90. It has a '94 disco 200tdi. The fan belt is a Quinton Hazell QBB1925 and the alternator belt is a Quinton HazellQBA610. I believe the Land Rover numbers are ERR810 and ETC7469 respectively. Rovers North did not stock them. I was hoping for a cross reference to a reasonably priced American belt like a Gates or NAPA. Ordering an import I am afraid will cost an arm and a leg. Thanks for the help.
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I bet an import will be very cheap ...
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Any good parts store should be able to measure it for you and provide a quality replacement.
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http://www.lrseries.com/shop/product...-PAS-PUMP.html
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About $4 each ...
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Thanks for the help. I checked Gates and a couple of other US manufacturers and they didn't list a transferable part #. The suggestions offered I am sure will work out.
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A good store will have one of these on hand.
It'll tell them both pitch and length.
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Anyone get to the bottom of this in the 2 years since this thread was active?
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I measured mine and just gave the local napa the top width and the diameter. Was close enough to work for all of the belts
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Originally Posted by isleofbones View Post
QBB1925 and the alternator belt is a Quinton HazellQBA610..
I assume this means....
Alternator B size belt, 192.5 cm, 76" length
PS A size belt, 61 cm, 24" length.

Just measure the width and length of the belt and you can get one at any auto parts store.
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