Bills Hot Rod Co. 200 Series LS Engine A/C Bracket
Chevy LS V8
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The all-new redesigned Bills Hot Rod Co. 200 Series LS accessory brackets are the solution to all your LS accessory mounting troubles. A clean-sheet design, developed with the idea to provide a safe and reliable mounting solution for any LS swap configuration you may need for your build. Laser cut steel brackets with stainless steel hardware to hold up against even the harshest conditions. The Bills Hot Rod Co 200 Series brackets can be pieced together individually as needed, purchased as a complete accessory drive mounting solution and even used in tandem with other brackets as well.
Simple, clean bolt-on design, makes it easy for any DIY gearhead to navigate some of the most complex parts of an LS swap project. These brackets are designed to work with any of the common GM spacing layouts - Corvette, F-Body, or Truck spacing. It is as simple as picking what spacing you want to run for your application and purchasing the appropriate spacer kit to go along with your brackets. Utilizes the existing factory threaded bolt holes on your cylinder heads and block, for a true "bolt-on" installation. The automatic belt tensioner assembly takes care of keeping your pulley system tight and operating smoothly - no manual adjustments to worry about after each spirited drive.
- Fits any Gen III/IV LS engine
- Laser cut steel brackets
- Stainless steel hardware
- True bolt-on installation
- Designed to work alongside existing OE and aftermarket brackets
- Multiple spacing options available for various GM accessories
- Available in raw, chrome, or black powder coated finish for a true custom look
Bills Hot Rod 200 Series LS Bracket systems are the ultimate fix to the mysteries of LS accessory routing and mounting - retain that custom look, without having to break the bank with a Bills Hot Rod Co. LS Mounting Solution.
This bracket kit has the same crankshaft pulley drive depth/offset as the Corvette (non-supercharged), CTS-V, and Pontiac G8 engines (which is 1-1/2" deep from the front of the pulley face to the crank bolt seat). Available spacer kits (sold separately) allow easy fitment to other GM drive depth/offsets. If using the Camaro/Firebird LS1 or Pontiac GTO depth/offset (2-1/4" deep), you'll need additional spacer kit 916-68043. If using the 2010-Up Camaro (non-supercharged) or GM truck depth/offest (3" deep), you'll need additional spacer kit 916-68045 for the A/C bracket.
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