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Old 09-14-2002, 06:39 AM
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Question (LOW MOUNT) Big Block Chevy Accessory Brackets

Does anyone know who makes accessory brackets (alt. & A/C). Its for a BBC, I need low mount brackets. I purchase the inward between valve cover ones from March Perf., but have decided to mount low, and out of sight. I have found nothing so far on the internet. Please help!!! I saw the one used on the B&M Bandit, but can't find out where they came from. Thanks in advance.

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Thanks KULTULZ, does anybody else know of anywhere. I will give Vintage Air a call Monday. I am just concerned that I will not be able to fit the A/C comp. and alt. with those brackets between the engine and the Mustang II crossmember/frame rails. Although I figure it is standard. Let me know what you think...

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I have the catalog here. It shows them tucked in to the bottom skirts fairly well. It does not give any sizes or demensions. Quality looking stuff though...

The A/C mounts on the passenger side and mentions you will need a remote fuel pump (electric).
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Hey thanks, I looked at their website and found the a/c and then the alt. Looks like that is what I will have to do. I just tried my $200 each brackets from March Perf., but they together are $400 pieces of s@!*. They do not fit with my intake, and I am not going to clearance anything, they can just give money back. Thanks for the help, I got kinda tired of looking for them.

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You might want to look at Alan Grove Brackets.. The fit is always good and the prices are rasonable. <img src="graemlins/pimp.gif" border="0" alt="[pimp]" />
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