On a 67 390 with A/C does the top A/C mount, alternator adjusting bracket, and bottom alternator bracket all mount to the same hole on the water pump?No smog. Also I have a 8620M belt that doesnt come close to fitting.thanks
I see where the adjusting bracket mounts along with the a/c bracket, its the lower triangle bracket that wont line up with any other hole than where the adjusting/ac bracket is mounted. Is it possible that triangle bracket was not used with a/c?I have a c6ae-a and c6ae-b adjusting bracket. Is there a different one?Also a lower mount would be fine if some came that way. It originally had smog just not putting it on.Thanks
I see where the adjusting bracket mounts along with the a/c bracket, its the lower triangle bracket that wont line up with any other hole than where the adjusting/ac bracket is mounted. Is it possible that triangle bracket was not used with a/c?.......................
IMHO its possible for a San Jose non Thermactor 390 to have been equipped with the larger dual mount (alternator and thermactor) plate and using the lower alternator mounting location with the standard (for thermactor 390) adjusting arm. Seeing and have seen may too many of these brackets on unrestored San Jose non-thermactor 67's
Ok the triangle bracket I have is C5TE-10156-A which only lines up with the hole that the adjusting bracket and a/c mount is bolted to. It looks like the C6AE-B is the right adjusting bracket.Bob do you have the number for the correct triangle bracket and/or know where to find one? If not I will have to go with the low mount as I have all the smog stuff.
I believe those are the right brackets you have, C5TE-10156-A and C6AE-B. I can get pictures of mounting position Monday
So it looks like i have the correct adjusting bracket according to the picture which would be a C6AE-B. The bottom triangle bracket has to have a wider bolt pattern and a deeper shape at the top then the C5TE-10156-A in able to bolt to one of the 2 remaining water pump holes because the upper hole is recessed in.
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