Q: Found a v-belt 2300 Wut kind of car is it for

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Found 3 v-Belts 2300 what is it for and Wut kind of car

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Hello, thank you for writing in. The belts are drive belts designed to use engine power to utilize other accessories or parts. With the information given it is impossible to tell you what kind of belts they are. The ones you possess are likely universal for any engine that they fit on. The "V-Belts" are made in different lengths and strengths. They are designed for low, medium, and high horsepower engines. There are some that are designed for off road functions as well. You will want to do more research on the brand and model number of the belts if you still have the packaging, or they are marked. With that said, if they are in good condition, they are likely worth a few dollars each. For further inspections on the parts or vehicles in your possession, contact our service department.

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