Anybody have some pics of the mounting brackets for the SBC? <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0">
There are several different sizes, they are the units that comes with a GM factory A/C system... I don't have any specs. , but I've used them for years. You need to add a seperate oiler plumbed into the intake side.Originally posted by SweetCJ7:
<STRONG>Harris Comp? What kind of volume are we talking about? Where can we look up specs for it? I am eventually going to add on board air on a '87 TPI 350 and I was wondering where to get a serpentine clutch and pulley for a york.</STRONG>
Here is the pic. The problem it that the pivot point is to close to the pully so there is little or no adjustment in it. I did have the Toyota P/S pump located in front of the thermostat housing and use that to adjust the belt. I have decided to find a chevy p/s pump to use in the stock location, so this leaves me without a way to tension the belt. Does anyone know of any tensioners that would work?Originally posted by Erik Dlux:
<STRONG>Benny do you have a picture of yours?</STRONG>
Lets see some pics, I have been trying to figure out how to connect mine with no luck...Originally posted by FJ4ZROX:
<STRONG>I have made a bracket for a York on a SBC. It is adjustable using a turnbuckle and set up of be mounted on the driver side - above the PS pump.
After searching for a company that made them, I found most people said they made their own and a pre-fab unit would probably sell. So, I have 10 of them being made at a local fabricator. I'll try to get a picture posted later today of my "proto-type" which is on my Chevy powered FJ40.
Anyone interested in buying one? I'm thinking $150 - with all parts and hardware (bracket, braces, and turnbuckle w/hiem joints at the ends).
Later......Bruce in Redding, CA</STRONG>
Originally posted by Charly:
I'm still looking for one of the elusive early 80s 4banger Mustangs that had them.
Try the tensioner for a mid-70's Ford a/c belt. They bolt to a flat plate (which you can weld onto your York bracket at a 90 degree angle) and just have one bolt. The pulley is offset and the adjustment is made by camming the tensioner out against the belt with an end wrench, then tighteneng that one bolt. Simple and effective, looks like a good bet for your setup.Originally posted by Benny:
<STRONG> Does anyone know of any tensioners that would work?[ 09-08-2001: Message edited by: Benny ]</STRONG>