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Old 01-03-2010, 07:40 PM
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sbc alternator bracket

i am building an 81 camaro i have a sb 350 with double hump heads and a long water pump i need a good cheap alternator / a/c bracket and also a power steering pump bracket. I like the billet specialties one but its only for the short water pump

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If you want cheap then why not poke through the junk yard to find some decent OE brackets. I've never liked the cheap chrome plated "aftermarket" stuff you find in some parts houses or online.
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i found an inboard bracket that i liked online, it was around $90 but i cant rember what it was or where it was. I am 17 and this is my first car so i am kinda on a budget but will do some more looking and see what i can find thanks.
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Again, try the junk yards. If you're on a budget that is the place I would start.
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ok i will go tomarrow thanks
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