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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Mar 24th, 08, 08:10 AM Thread Starter
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Hedman Husler Headers and A/C bracket location

I have installed a pair of Hedman Husler Hedders P/N 65003on my 67 Camaro with SBC and factory Air. I am looking for a diagram or picture of how the A/C bracket P/N 20110 is supposed to fit around the Hedder and plastic A/C evaporator box. I don't want to screw it up and lose by A/C. Any help would be greaty appreciated.

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Re: Hedman Husler Headers and A/C bracket location

Well its all suppost to work, I am at the Hedman site now and F/N 26 is use bkt 20110 ,I have 65003's with out A/C so I am no help sorry ,I just though I would recheck for you ...Good Luck and Happy Motoring soon I hope for you

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Re: Hedman Husler Headers and A/C bracket location

The bracket is used to hold the rear of the compressor. Nothing to do with the AC box on the passenger side.

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Re: Hedman Husler Headers and A/C bracket location

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The bracket is used to hold the rear of the compressor. Nothing to do with the AC box on the passenger side.
Hi,

Thank you for your reply. Which pipe does it go on from the back to front.

Thanks again,

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Re: Hedman Husler Headers and A/C bracket location

I have Hookers with a similar bracket, so I'm pretty sure to say it goes between cyl. #1 and #3 (the first and second tube). The slots go behind the header bolts (might need longer bolts) and the round hole connects to the rear of the compressor. The arched cut out between the two slots is to clear the temp. sending unit (if equipped) in the head. At first glance it appears that it would go over a tube so I think that's where some get confused.

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