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Enderly 110 pump

I have a enderly 110 pump that is running off a mandrel on camshaft.I'm wanting to change to belt drive.
Just chasing some idea's or pics of setup's.
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Ken Lowe does a belt drive kit. I have a Diecrest kit but they don't appear to list it any more. My old engine had a bracket mounted to the water pump with the pump mount bolted to the bracket. My new engine will have an electric pump so the fuel pump mount will be bolted to the front engine plate.
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