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Old 01-04-2008, 06:00 PM
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LS1 inexpensive STEEL A/C & alternator high mounts?

Does anyone have any links to a vendor that makes the high mount STEEL conversion brackets for the LS1?

I just want to get her going......then I'll worry about making her pretty. LOL's.

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Old 01-04-2008, 07:28 PM
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try www.alangrovecomponents.com
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I already tried them. They said they didnt make anything for the LSx motors.
Kind of surprised me. I know there are a lot of folks that are budget minded on here and I just figured someone made some more inexpensive solutions to relocating stuff for the narrower frame rails on street rods. I really didnt want to go the S&P (or March) route until the truck was cruising the streets.

Thank you for trying though!

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Old 01-06-2008, 12:28 AM
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I'm having some bracket problems too- who is s+p?
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Old 01-06-2008, 07:10 AM
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I'm having some bracket problems too- who is s+p?
S&P is Street and Performance located south of me in Mena, Arkansas. They have some really nice stuff. Here's you a link.....

http://www.hotrodlane.cc/

You know....we do have options. Its just that theyre more expensive than I thought. I never would have dreamed that if there was a fancy polished version of something for an engine....that there wouldnt be a inexpensive version of steel brackets. There was someone on another forum (over 2 months ago) that gave a link to me to a place that I think was in Arizona.....but my son deleted our favorites in I.E. on accident and now I cant find the thread either. Dang it! Dang it! Dang it! That place DID have cheap high mount steel A/C and alternator brackets. I saw them on thier web site. I wish a search would produce something but it wont.

Dave

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One option would be to make your own.
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Old 01-06-2008, 11:31 AM
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One option would be to make your own.
I think that is what I'll try if the low mounts wont work. I have 23 1/2 " of clearance between the towers and the measurements between the A/C and alternator look to be 23 1/2". I might have gotten lucky.

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