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Old 07-25-2010, 09:25 AM
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AC delete pulley

I'm wanting to pull the serpentine belt set-up off a '95 chevy truck to put in my old 83. does anyone know where I can get the pulley to remove a AC compressor? Part number would be great.

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GM dealer would be the place or scour the u pullit yard. The factory setup with or without A I R ( not a/c) shows a idler in place of the A/C compressor.
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Can also order this thru an AutoZone dealer.

Motormite part #34152

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...mString=search
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Should be able to just buy a shorter belt and bypass it that way. But why? Unless the AC is not installed in the truck. But even then you could leave the compressor there and not need a delete pulley. And the AC compressor doesnt take any power to run when its not on. So deleting it doesnt do any good.
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thanks guys, the truck does not have air and I'd like to clean up the engine bay a little. Removing the compressor also removes weight, not that it matters much but everything helps.
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