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I need a replacement...which one do you recommend? These are from Rock-Auto.

1995 FORD THUNDERBIRD LX 4.6L 281cid V8 FI (W) : Belt Drive : Serpentine Belt
ItemPriceCoreTotal GATES Part # K060980 {Automotive V-Ribbed Belt (Standard) 6 Ribs 13/16" x 98 5/8"}

$23.79$0.00$23.79

DAYCO Part # 5060980 {Exceeds Original Equipment Specifications}
Multiple Accessory

$24.79$0.00$24.79

ACDELCO Part # 6K980 {K06 13/16" x 98 5/8" #88932798}
BELT,SERPENTINE

$27.99$0.00$27.99

MOTORCRAFT Part # JK6984B {#E8TZ8620T}
Alt., Idl. A/P
- Stocked in outlying warehouse--shipping delayed up to 1 business day

$33.79$0.00$33.79
 

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Can't go wrong with motorcraft. 10 dollars more but honestly how often do you change the belt? Not very so it'll pay the difference in quality.
 

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personally i'm a fan of the goodyear gatorback belts if you can find them.

when i worked at a auto parts store we had one that we sold the the pulley sliced into 6strips but it didn't break craziest thing i ever saw
 

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personally i'm a fan of the goodyear gatorback belts if you can find them.

when i worked at a auto parts store we had one that we sold the the pulley sliced into 6strips but it didn't break craziest thing i ever saw
+1 on the Gatorback. You can get them at Autozone. My Motorcraft would squeal on a wide open 1-2 shift, not so with the Gatorback.

I put the Motorcraft I took off on my Town Car.
 

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Would just like to add that I have been using Dayco Poly Cog Serpentine Belts on all 4 of my rides. And great results
 

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I like the Gatorbacks too. You should be able to pick them up for about the same price as the motorcraft belt. I'm surprised that Rockauto doesn't carry them.
 
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