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Old 08-16-2010, 03:41 AM
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4/71 SB CHEVY alternator bracket?

Could I have opinions please if this bracket in the link below ,( low on the passenger side) , will fit a on a Blown 350 in a 41 to 46 Chevy PU?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...ht_1214wt_1167


If not, is there any suggestions on where to put it away from the top of the engine. Thanks in advance for ANY comments
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I realise the fuel pump would need to be moved - its the frame and rad hose route that interest me.
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Usually the low mount alternator is used with a highly modified frame. They don't usually fit on a stock-frame vehicle. What's wrong with the one in the 2nd picture?
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Usually the low mount alternator is used with a highly modified frame. They don't usually fit on a stock-frame vehicle. What's wrong with the one in the 2nd picture?
It is too close to the oil filler, and the belt runs very close to to the power steering bracket - but mostly its cosmetic, I dont like the alternator showing because I run open hood in the summer.

I think your right about the low mount not clearing the frame, which is why Im checking before I buy it.
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Anyone have one of these low alternator brackets on a 1941 to 1946 Chevy?
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Anyone have one of these low alternator brackets on a 1941 to 1946 Chevy?
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