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Post subject: Lowering Alternator and AC  PostPosted: Feb 06, 2004 - 06:14 AM
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I know many of you have lowered your engine accessories, such as the alternator and AC compressor. I have a 1996 LT4 SBC from a vette. The alternator and compressor are too high and interfere with the firewall. If I can get them lower than the throttle body, it will work. Of course by changing the the stock configuration, I will need to find an alternative serpentine belt and possibly idler pulleys. Can someone point me to some potential links that may have a solution or share your solutions. Here is one site that I am looking at, but was looking for another choice or two as well.

http://www.hotrodlane.cc/

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Chris Thomas
D&R SV

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mikeo
Post subject:   PostPosted: Feb 06, 2004 - 06:25 AM
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Hi Chris, you should try www.Marchperf.com and also do a search on a company called "Alan Grove". He makes all kinds of brackets out of laser cut steel and they are pretty reasonable, because they come raw. March makes awesome stuff, but it is pricey!! Very Happy I've used both, but I prefer Alan Grove, I'm not much for the billet thing...

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Takes a lot of modification to make some space for the alternator and the a/c. I guess the mounting should be fabricated if you are relocating some parts.
 
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