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Old 12-29-2008, 02:54 PM
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I have 461 bouble hump heads need brackets

I have a set of 461's and need brackets to run alternator and power steering. can anyone help me?

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Old 12-29-2008, 02:59 PM
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If they're in good shape then sell them and buy a set with the holes in them. Maybe a set of Vortecs or a budget aftermarket head.

Doesn't the power steering pump mount to the front of the block, not the heads?
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Check here for the alt bracket. http://www.powermastermotorsports.com/bracket_kits.html

You can mount the alt on the lower pass side. Then there is a OEM power steering bracket that bolts to the drivers side,the top bracket bolts to the front header bolt. Sorry I can't remember what year its off of. Just search the bone yards and look for the bracket that goes to the front header bolt.
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Alan Grove makes them. You tell him what heads, motor, and what you want to turn etc and he will fill your order.
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I'll second http://www.alangrovecomponents.com/ .

Their stuff is top notch, and affordable.



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Sell them and find some 186, or 187 castings.

3927186....69-70...302/350......Camel hump,64cc chambers,accessory holes
3927187....69-70...350..........Camel hump,64cc chambers,accessory holes

They were not all 2.02" intake valve heads, most were 1.94" intake.


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This set will mount the alternator on a long water pump, with no holes in the head.
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I am always amazed when someone starts a thread that is identical to one that was just started a few hours ago. There is a thread that was started called "202 heads, no assecory hole...what to do?" at 10:04 which is 5 hours before this one was started.

How about doing your own research or reading the other thread before you clutter this forum with repetitive threads?
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