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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Oct 8th, 16, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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Engine brackets 67 350 cu. in.

Have the alt. on pass. side and ac. on drivers side and want to flip them opposite sides. Long story, car was this way early. It has a serpentine belt already for the alt. water pump, power steering, crankshaft. Who do I contact to buy the brackets to put alt. On drivers side and ac. passenger side. March products said they can put both on pass. side but would have to change to serpentine belt. I want them separated as stated earlier, diff. sides. Name someone to contact.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Oct 8th, 16, 09:50 PM
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Re: Engine brackets 67 350 cu. in.

Try March Performance tech support. They might have an answer for you. March Performance - Tech Support
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Re: Engine brackets 67 350 cu. in.

I talked to them today in person at car show. Seems like they are pricey. Like I said man from their booth said they could have both mounted on pass. side with serpentine belt.
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Check with Alan Grove Components. Chevrolet Steel Mounting Brackets Do you have a short or long water pump ?

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Re: Engine brackets 67 350 cu. in.

Do you want to keep the serpentine belt or go back to a stock looking setup?

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Re: Engine brackets 67 350 cu. in.

Cheapest option is to procure the OEM brackets and do away with the serpentine belt system.


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