## Breakdown of how most Serpentine Belt Part Numbers work.

### Example: ACDelco 6K955

This Breaks down to 3 sections. 6-K-955

The 1st Section is the amount of ribs. In this case 6 ribs.

The 2nd Section is the type of belt. K is standard serpentine.

The 3rd Section is the length of the belt down to the tenth of an inch. In this case 95.5 inches

Some Dealer Aftermarket brands like ACDelco and Motorcraft keep similar guidelines to Gates and Dayco. Others Have Part numbers that do not show size in the number.

### Example: K060955

This Breaks down to 3 sections. K-06-0955

The 1st Section is the type of belt. K is standard serpentine and DK is for double sided serpentine.

The 2nd Section is the amount of ribs. In this case 6 ribs.

The 3rd Section is the length of the belt down to the tenth of an inch. In this case 95.5 inches

Stretch or ELA belts have a suffix with gates. SF. So a 6 Rib 95.5 Inch single sided stretch belt would be part number K060955SF

### Example: 5060955

This Breaks down to 3 sections. 5-06-0955

The 1st Section is the type of belt. 5 is standard serpentine, E is ELA or Stretch Belts, and 6 is for double sided serpentine.

The 2nd Section is the amount of ribs. In this case 6 ribs.

The 3rd Section is the length of the belt down to the tenth of an inch. In this case 95.5 inches