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Looking for p/n's for the correct brackets and pulleys for a 1969 SS396 Camaro with A/C and P/S. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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For L34/L35s the pulleys are as follows:
crankshaft: 3937787 per the assembly manual(9346014 in Parts manual and on original cars)
Power Steering: 3941107
Water Pump: 3932430 (same as SB with A/C)
Smog: 3927116
Alternator: 1970831 (Alternator may depend on the amperage)

L78,L89, L72s of course used different pulleys:

Crank: 3955291
Power Steering: 3941105
Water pump: 3947824
Smog pump: 3932458

Power Steering lower bracket: 3946018
Power Steering upper brace: 3946016
Upper Brace to Exhuast manifold Support: 3946017
Pump assembly: 7806370

Do you need the A/C bracket part numbers as well?


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Mark Canning
1969 Indy Pace Car
350/300HP RPO Z11
 

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Hey Mark,

Thanks for the information. If you do have the A/C stuff it would be great as the car is A/C from the factory. Do you have any reccommendations of publications where this information can be found. If not you guys on the website have been great.
 

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The assembly manuals have most of the stuff in it. Probably 95% correct. the problem is that the assembly manuals that are available are a snapshot in time someone got permission from GM (I assume) to copy a manual like the 69 and that then becomes the gospel. But I would bet that the 69 AM that most people have is one that was isssued around June of 1969, since it does show that the chambered exhaust has been cancelled (5/29/69) but it doesn't show the the Z28 exhaust system that uses the resonators that came after the chambered systems.

The AMs don't have all the engineering change orders that were issued through out the year identifying this part was changed from this to that because of this. So people begin to believe that if part number X is listed in the AM then it must be the right part number but that is not always true. The other problem is that alot of the part numbers listed in the AMs are assembly numbers which contain a lot of little parts. The front steering system is a good example, there is a single part number for everything from the left tie rod end to right tie rod end. You need to dig into a dated (1969) parts manual, not the 1983 version to dig out the individual pieces.


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Mark Canning
1969 Indy Pace Car
350/300HP RPO Z11

[This message has been edited by Mark C (edited 12-05-2000).]
 
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