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1999-2004 Saleen Mustang For the SN-95 New Edge platform. Be sure to specify year, model and equipment if asking for help.

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Default Idler Pulley

I have the 01-699 Saleen with the MOSALEEN set up. I was replacing the serpentine belt and tensioner and was also looking to replace the right idler pulley down from the supercharger pulley. Mine has a shaft attached to the bearing and the long bolt screws in from the front thru the bearing and shaft. Is there a certain idler pulley part number for that one?
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For the two smooth idler pulleys, they are just stock. All you have to do is look it up on rockauto or ebay. They run about 35 bucks each. So they are stock pulleys for your year. I recently replaced the two I have. All you have to do is remove belt, unbolt and get a socket and tap out that drive thing. Then put it on the new pulley and re-install. I bought the motorcraft ones and they are identical to what I pulled out. MOTORCRAFT (XR3E19A216BA, XR3Z8678BA) that is what I pulled from rockauto for your 2001. GT right? You can probably source from a local part store that carries OEM parts. They are sold by ford dealer stores on ebay as well. Good luck let us know how this works out.
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For the two smooth idler pulleys, they are just stock. All you have to do is look it up on rockauto or ebay. They run about 35 bucks each. So they are stock pulleys for your year. I recently replaced the two I have. All you have to do is remove belt, unbolt and get a socket and tap out that drive thing. Then put it on the new pulley and re-install. I bought the motorcraft ones and they are identical to what I pulled out. MOTORCRAFT (XR3E19A216BA, XR3Z8678BA) that is what I pulled from rockauto for your 2001. GT right? You can probably source from a local part store that carries OEM parts. They are sold by ford dealer stores on ebay as well. Good luck let us know how this works out.
Thanks for your input! I will get them as you have confirmed!
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