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2001 monsoon belt

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tbonemalibu

Anyone know a part number for a tensioner belt for a 2001 monsoon? Can’t find it in the search area. Thanks

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wakesetterDD

Does your engine have more than one belt?  I have a 99 VLX with a Monsoon and I have only one belt.  It's a "V" belt.  The replacement belt I bought is the Indmar 725018 V Belt (search it on bakesonline.com).  I actually bought it from my local dealer (same 725018 number) and in their inventory list it is called a serpentine belt BUT I don't think that's exactly correct.  

My "v-belt" goes around the crank shaft and the alternator and whatever turns the water pump (3 pulleys).  It goes around all of them like in a circle-ish, i.e. not like a serpentine belt.

Does that help?

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KDCr7

 

5 hours ago, wakesetterDD said:

My "v-belt" goes around the crank shaft and the alternator and whatever turns the water pump (3 pulleys)

Same here. My 03 monsoon also has one belt. 725018. No tensioner 

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RedWakesetterVLX
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From my 2000 Wakesetter 325 Monsoon.  I just bought 2 from https://inboardonline.com/.

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formulaben

@tbonemalibu I suspect you have the same problem I have.  I got so sick of having issues with belt tension that I upgraded to a ribbed belt with a kit similar to this one.  Much more belt surface area for the pulleys so you don't need such a huge amount of tension to keep the belt from slipping.

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Eagleboy99
13 minutes ago, formulaben said:

@tbonemalibu I suspect you have the same problem I have.  I got so sick of having issues with belt tension that I upgraded to a ribbed belt with a kit similar to this one.  Much more belt surface area for the pulleys so you don't need such a huge amount of tension to keep the belt from slipping.

I've never had an issue with the belt in my 99 RLX.  Last one was from Napa.

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tbonemalibu

Yea I don’t know why I wrote tensioner. I just need a new belt. Thanks everyone I’ll get one this morning. It’s started squealing real bad on the lake yesterday so I knew it was time. 

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