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Small Block Chevy Low Mount Alternator Bracket, Plain

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Natural
Hardware Included:
Yes
Notes
Upper LH block mount is 2-15/16" from alternator pivot hole (center to center).
Small Block Chevy Low Mount Alternator Bracket, Plain
Small Block Chevy Low Mount Alternator Bracket, Plain
Small Block Chevy Low Mount Alternator Bracket, Plain
Small Block Chevy Low Mount Alternator Bracket, Plain

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Please note the following about this product:

  • This item is sold as a set.

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These low mount alternator brackets mount common Delco alternators below the frost plug at the left front corner (driver's side) of your small block Chevy using bolt holes next to the timing cover. They are ideal for custom builds, street rods, and tube chassis cars that do not have power steering and work with short ('55-'68 S/B Chevy) water pumps. These brackets will support a standard full-size GM alternator which is sold separately.  Includes bracket, bolts and spacers. 

  • Mounts common Delco alternators below frost plug
  • Left front corner (driver's side) of engine
  • Bolt holes next to the timing cover
  • Includes bracket, bolts and spacers
  • For:
    • small block Chevy
    • 1955-1968 short water pumps

Note: Watch for steering box clearance!

Alternator Bracket Illustration (GIF)

Notes

  1. Mounts alternator down beside oil pan, using early front motor mount holes.
  2. This bracket will NOT work with Speedway's T-bucket kits because the frames are too narrow.
  3. Not designed for use with standard (stock) engine crossmembers - will require modification to allow clearance.

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