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Old 10-24-2012, 11:56 PM
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What brackets should I use ?

Does anyone have any suggestions on what type of AC and alternator brackets will fit in my 1934 Ford with a 350 fuel injected TPI chev motor with short water pump and V belt. I don't want to go to a serpentine all in one system. There are lots of brackets for carb motors, but I can't seem to find one for TPI and will fit in the small motor compartment of my 34
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X2 on the March - I went with a serpentine system for my 350 in my '33 sedan (same small engine bay), but they had brackets for v-belts and short water pump too! Very nice stuff.
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I used alan grove brackets on my tpi motor in a 39 chevy. It has a short pump and old style "canned ham" ham water pump.
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The Header Power Bracket should work for you. You can omit the billet aluminum spacer and "close mount" the alternator tighter than with any other header-mount alternator bracket on the market.




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Thanks all, for the help !!! I'll hit the web tonight and see what I can find.
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