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Default serpentine belt diagrams for 1995 Mustang

trying to run my belt to water pump and alternator only anyone have a diagram to do this and how long is the belt thanks on a 95
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Is the sticker for the serpentine belt routing no longer on the radiator support? try this link for the belt size.

http://shop.oreillyauto.com/Default....FR0SagodylNQkQ
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trying to run my belt to water pump and alternator only anyone have a diagram to do this and how long is the belt thanks on a 95
i know the stock way to run it im trying to run the belt without running the ac compressor and power steering. any help would be greatly appreciated, trying to not run back n forth to the auto parts store trying different size belts. when im sure someone here has done this thanks.
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thanks but trying to figure out how to run it without the power steering or ac im lost
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Running with only the alternator and water pump is going to be quite a challenge. One easy way to do it is to convert to an electric water pump and relocate the alternator to the driver's side. You'll need a custom mounting bracket for that (March Performance might have one).

FORD SMALL BLOCK SERPENTINE BRACKETS

Alternatively, you could run a grooved idler pulley where the PS pump normally sits and keep both the stock alternator/water pump where they are. It would look similar to this:

http://www.marchperformance.com/products/f50_351a.jpg
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