15480 / Automotive cogged Belt of 48 in effective length

Reference: 15480 Automotive cogged Belt
Length: 48 in effective Length, 48.64 in Ouside
Top Width: 15/32 in
Height: 5/16 in
Equivalent to: 7480, 15-480, Napa 25-7480, NBH 257480


Description: 15480 Automotive cogged Belt
• Reference: 15480
• Length: 48 in effective Length, 48.64 in Outside Length
• Top Width: 15/32 in
• Height: 5/16 in
• Weight: 0.24 lb
• Material: Rubber cushion, polyester cable cord as reinforcement and rubber impregnated woven cotton-polyester fabric
• Temperature Resistance: -35C to +70C
• Recommended use: High power transmission is needed and space is reduced
The 15480 Wrapped Construction Belts have an outer fabric wrap treated with an engineered synthetic rubber compound that is extremely resistant to oil and heat, specifically designed for excellent wear resistance and proven through thousands of testing hours. The 15480 body rubber compound is a highly engineered synthetic rubber compound. The 15480 is designed to withstand torque spikes allowing minimum slip to protect the belt against damage.
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Data sheet

Belt Type
Cogged Belt
Top Width
15/32 in
Pitch Length
48 in
Outside Length
48.64 in
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How to measure and buy the right Fan Belts!

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I ordered my Fan Belts from GPR Industrial and couldn't be any happier, they sent my order out to me right away! Good quality, great price! I got correct size belts, and shipping was reasonable too.

I needed to buy some off-size alternate length fan belts. After using a rope and colored tape I was able to take measurements of my classic car fan belt sizes. Because of the work I did on this engine, the configuration of the pullies had changed, so I had no real "go-to" belt numbers anymore. Using a rope of the same diameter as the pullies, I set out to find an accurate length fan belt for each accessory, in which I was successful. I made sure the accessories
(AC compressor, Alternator, and Power Steering Pump) were set at the half-way point in the adjustment grooves. I then, wrapped the rope ("line" for you navy guys) around the pullies, and taped a marker at the place where the ends of the rope met (intersected). I then took out my tape measure and holding the end of the rope up, let it hang, pulled the rope taunt, and took a reading. I followed this procedure several times for each belt groove. Then, when sure of my measurement, I wrote the numbers down. This gave me the fan belt lengths. I cross-checked the size on the internet cross-reference charts from different belt manufacturers and had the fan belt numbers I needed to make my order.

I discovered that Fan belt numbers are coded to tell the width and length.
The first digits tell the width
1500 belt = (3/8= Alternator) VS 1700 belt = (7/16-AC & PWR-STRG) I needed three fan belts in all.
the last digits are the length jumping in increments of "5" (00 to 95) in half inch increments I think.