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Old 08-15-2006, 09:12 PM
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sbc left side alternator mount

I have a '76 sbc with lwp. I have the A/C compressor mount for passenger side but I'm unable to find or figure out what to use to put the alternator on the drivers side without laying out big bucks for brackets.Any suggestions?I want it mounted high like the a/c. thanks Cisco
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This is the lower mount for the driver's side alternator. It bolts to the first two bolts of the exhaust manifold. The upper mount (no pic) is a curved arm bracket that bolts to either the front of the intake or the water pump and is slotted for adjustment.
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sbc left side alternator mount

isn't that a short water pump bracket? i have long wp. Cisco
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HEY CISCO:

a company called Allen Grove Componets www.alangrovecomponents.com 913-837-4368 manufactures a complete line of special mounting brackets... PONCHO
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What about the mid-late 70's Corvette accessory mounting system? They still have the left hand mounted alt and the A/C mounted high on the right side. Not sure if they still used the short water pump for the Corvette or not though.
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I have a all Original 72 Chevy p/u thats factory a/c on passengers side top and alt on drivers side, I can pop the hood when I'm home and take a pic 4 ya.





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