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Let's see your Alternator/ Crank Pulley Setup!!

Can you guys post pictures of how you mounted your alternators and the pulleys you used off of your balancers.. Thanks
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That would be a HUGE help for me as well.

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What exactly are you looking for? I just upgraded to an electric waterpump and had to rearange my pulleys but haven't taken any pics yet.

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fearlane send me a pm with your phone in it or jump on the teck chat tonight and i will explain it...i am a borderline old fart and have pic posting deficiency syndrome....bobn
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Here is mine. Had to machine one groove off crank pulley. pulleys from 78 Grand Marquis.
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Heres one i did , a 1 piece mount fabricated

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Heres one i did , a 1 piece mount fabricated

Now that is just too cool! How did ya make it, Greg? Beat on it with a hammer or was welding involved?

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Thanks.

I have a electric water pump, and i don't have a pulley yet for my Innovations West Dampner.. The brackets i have for my alternator are off of the 69 Lincoln, and won't work with the electric water pump.. Basically i want to find a pulley for the Innovations Dampner that is as small as possible.. what is out there? Thanks
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Get a 1 wire alt. and stock pulley. Then fab from there. The belt is from alt to balancer.
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Now that is just too cool! How did ya make it, Greg? Beat on it with a hammer or was welding involved?
It is folded in 3mm steel plate , then the top gusset is welded in and linished off smooth.. Machined the spacers to the block .Works well , all one piece makes it nice and solid .
I did another and had it chromed came up pretty nice . The bottom pulley is a clevo one machined back and water pump uses an aussie 6 cylinder one bolts right on.

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I will get you some pictures of what I did. I am gonna refine the brackets a little bit but I only had about an hour to make it work.

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dont know how to move pic. im in engine tech with a few pic.

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Thanks everyone..

I ordered a crank pulley from CVF Racing... I ordered the 2v one and will machine off the 2v.. i only need one, but the single is to far from the balancer. Maybe i will keep the second for a Evac pump?? I will fab from there.. Thanks for your help guys!! Richard
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I tried to get a pic of mine but my garage is dim right now and we don't have much sun this week.

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