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35 Ford Belt & Pulley Question

I have a '35 Ford with a 350 and need some guidance on a belt & pulley system. I plan on having electric fans to meet radiator clearance, Vintage Air and power steering.

I looked at the March system, but the high tech/polished billet doesn't match the style of the car. But since it is engineered to fit the car, it eliminates guesswork and headaches.

So any suggestions on a set up that is "low tech" with a low hassle install?
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I have a '35 Ford
So any suggestions on a set up that is "low tech" with a low hassle install?


On my 40 Ford with a SBC ... I had lots of room for a belt driven mechanical fan. I even had to space the fan out a little ... ( by the way ... I hate electric fans ... )

You could always bead blast the March stuff or powder coat it semi black ...
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Not sure if I have that much room. The concern is width and not going beyond the exhaust manifold. Also, locating the power steering pump so it is assessible or using a remote resevoir. Paying for "pretty parts" and then paying more to powder cost them seems wasteful.
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