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1954-62 Ford Car and 1954-64 Ford Truck Y-Block Alternator Bracket
1954-62 Ford Car and 1954-64 Ford Truck Y-Block Alternator Bracket

1954-62 Ford Car and 1954-64 Ford Truck Y-Block Alternator Bracket

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1954-62 Ford Car and 1954-64 Ford Truck Y-Block Alternator Bracket
1954-62 Ford Car and 1954-64 Ford Truck Y-Block Alternator Bracket
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These steel Ford Y-Block car alternator brackets mount in the same location that the generator did, but allows you to run the common GM Delco style alternator. You should even be able to run the same belt length as the original.

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Works for most of the Y-block applications except for the 1955-57 T-Bird application.  It will not hold the alternator in the proper location for the belt alignment on the 1955-57 T-Bird application.

Applicable to most of the 1954-62 Car and 1954-64 Truck Y-blocks except the T-Bird as noted.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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