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Old 02-10-2002, 06:00 PM
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Just got the 396 in the chevelle ceramacoated headers and all now on to the accesories Has anyone ever installed a set of march pulleys?
if so did you have any problems? were they easy to fix so on an such
the set i have is for the multi-groove belts with the alt on the pasenger side with no air. it uses the long water pump... the reason i'm asking is because i cant mock the stuff up yet
because the local speed shop hasnt got my victor pump in yet
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March makes good stuff. As long as the pulleys you have are made for that engine they will go on like factory pulleys. ROY
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the pulleys are made to fit a big block with the long water pump including power steering and a passenger side alt
i am kinda curious about that long pump fitting in the chevelle though

buy the way roy i took your advice and kept the T.H.350 in the car

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I purchased a set of march pulleys for my chev. 350 ho engine. That look great and bolt right up no problems

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well i have them on the engine now the only problem i encounterd was that the bolt that goes through the lower alt was for a smallblock so i had to creat my own spacer and bolt combo but other that that they work perfectly
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