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Old 04-08-2015, 05:38 PM
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My grand son and I are trying to resurrect a z10. We have found most everything we need except a rear drive belt. Ofna 37680 is the part #, sold out every where I've looked. Has anyone used another manufacturer or knows the specs. to make searching easier? I'm not sure if the 207 in the manual means length or teeth. There's a lot of knowledge here, the chassis was identified very quickly. Thank you for helping a noob.
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207 is the length.. you need a s3m 207 ..69tooth belt. 3mm wide. My friend still has this car..i hated it and still do lol.
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Old 04-09-2015, 04:42 AM
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Thanks, that helps a lot. From what I have read the car has a love it or hate it relationship with it's owners. My 10 year old grandson picked it up for free, so the price was right. He wants to make it a AWD drifter. It will be a lesson on mechanics. Thanks again.
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I found this BESTORQ 207-3M-6 3M Timing Belt, Rubber, 207 mm Outside Circumference, 6 mm Width, 3 mm Pitch, 69 Teeth. I will have to cut it in half, then I'll have 2. This site is the best!
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Hey folks, new to forums, any forums for that matter. Hope this isn't considered highjacking. Had this z10 for years but could never get it to run right. Can anyone help with an operators manual pdf file? Or at least the stock gearing?( Pinion and spur) Thanks, Scott
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