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Old 06-02-2016, 10:40 AM   #1
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2011 F-53 V10 Serpentine belt

2011 F-53 V10 Serpentine belt with AC

I'm considering buying a spare Serpentine belt just in case but having lots of problems finding a good number.
I thought this was the correct one but when checking in the Co. database it says it's NOT Compatible.

Dayco 5081103
Dayco 5061000

Has anyone bought one or has more knowledge about what is a good replacement?
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Old 06-02-2016, 12:31 PM   #2
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That belt will last for about 8 years or about 80K. If you want to keep a spare get the Motorcraft one. Only a few more dollars and will fit for sure.
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Old 06-02-2016, 12:48 PM   #3
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Yes this will be a spare just in case.
I did verify the correct part number with the company on Ebay.
It is Dayco 5061000 and it cost me $23.90 with no tax and free shipping.
If you buy it from Ford or a parts shop if they have it it will cost $50-$97 plus tax so for the small investment it's worth it to me.



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I will be close to 50,000 miles on my 2012 this year so that is why I'm getting it.
Now this is for the 2012 V10 with AC which relates to probably all Georgetown in the past 4-5 years.
The belt is attached to the engine crank shaft pulley and turn water pump, alternator, radiator fan and AC compressor.
So if you break it or starts slipping because of grease etc you will have an issue while on the road.

If you are interested here is the Ebay link
Serpentine Belt Dayco 5061000 | eBay
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I still have not replaced the belt yet.
I do need to check the tension arm and spring if it getting weak or the belt has stretched any.
I have 55,000 miles so far and if I can I still may replace the belt so it doesn't break while on the road.
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Another idea is to replace it with a new belt and keep the old one as a spare for emergencies.
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Old 08-13-2017, 02:49 PM   #6
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Another idea is to replace it with a new belt and keep the old one as a spare for emergencies.
Gee why didn't I think of that LMAO
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