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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Oct 28th, 05, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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Where To Find Aluminum Serpentine Pulleys?

I was wondering if anyone had any good leads on aluminum (polished?) pulleys for a SBC, with long water pump, with serpentine conversion. I am using a '95 GMC pick up set up. I found the March site, was hoping to spend less than $300 on these items. If anyone has a good lead, please let me know.

I am looking for a crank, water pump, and alternator pulley if that helps.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Oct 28th, 05, 11:29 AM
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try here:

http://www.blackmountainprecision.com/sb5.htm
cog system is better too!
i use the 2" setup on my camaro.
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Re: Where To Find Aluminum Serpentine Pulleys?

Those cogged pullies are very nice. The only drawback I see is that they won't allow me to run my power steering pump which is also serpentine. If I later put on A/C, same dilemma as the p/s...

Neat pullies, but a little more exotic than I am needing.

If anyone else has any other ideas, I'm still hunting. I did find the March sets at $225 which I guess I can hold out on as a last resort. I found some really inexpensive sets for short water pump applications-less than $100 even with shipping. But not much in the way of long water pump.

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Re: Where To Find Aluminum Serpentine Pulleys?

http://www.conceptonepulleys.com/bigbasic.htm

http://www.marchperf.com/

http://zoops.com/home.asp

Most systems are available at Summit or Jegs. You can use ribbed systems with accessories like P/S and AC.

Also read this thread:

https://www.camaros.net/cgi-bin/forum...9;t=013368;p=0

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Re: Where To Find Aluminum Serpentine Pulleys?

they have the adapters for running the PS pump on those cog pullies btw.


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Re: Where To Find Aluminum Serpentine Pulleys?

I'm with ya... I'm planning on installing a 350 vortec out of a 98 truck and I can't seem to find any way to make the stock serpentine setup look good.

Thanks for the links, maybe I'll find something I can work with!

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take a look at jegs.com they have all kinds of combinations and finishes.
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Ckech out the Summit or Trans-Dapt brands - not as perfectly polished, but cheaper than March or Zoops. Type in "Aluminum Pulleys" in the search field.

http://store.summitracing.com/
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