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Old 08-03-2008, 03:48 PM
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Big Block Chevy Serpentine Pulley's ??

Just lately I had a stock V-belt crank pulley break.I would like to upgrade to a serpentine set,it would need to drive the power steering,alternator & long water pump,but I dont really want to pay big bucks for aftermarket stuff.Does anyone know if there is a factory setup that will work with my Mark IV big block ??
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Not really sure if they will fit or not, but there is a guy on ebay that sells an adapter kit to adapt readily available SBC serpentine set ups to a BBC. I haven't bought one yet but it is on my list of stuff to get. Where I live in Virginia, a full serpentine set-up from a bone yard goes for about 250 bucks and that's with the alternator, A/C and all the other stuff. If you look up serpentine on E-bay his stuff will show up. Just a thought.

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Big Block Chevy Serpentine Pulley's ??

got mine off a 87 suburban at the scrap yard .
just got lucky , AC though but believe you can delete it .
hope this helps on the look side .
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