Bills Hot Rod Co. Late Small Block Vortec A/C Compressor Bracket
Since 1990 Bill's Hot Rod Co. has had one goal in mind; to design alternator, air conditioner and power steering brackets that fit and are easy to use, as well as affordable and stylish. The 100 Series A/C Compressor Brackets will fit Sanden SD-508 Air Conditioner Compressors. Brackets position the units on top of the engine, keeping them close to the middle and as low as possible. Brackets come completely assembled with all stainless steel bolts and washers, illustrated instruction sheet, and belt size recommendations with adjusting tips.
- A/C Compressor Bracket
- Fits late Small Block Chevy Cast Iron Vortec heads
- Comes completely assembled
- Fits Sanden SD-508 Compressor
- 1/4" mild steel plate is used for strength and durability
- No drilling or tapping necessary
- Choose between black, chrome, and raw finishes
To protect and preserve the finish on these powdercoated or chrome plated brackets, be sure to apply a good quality wax such as carnauba, as needed.
Bracket mounts using only the existing factory drilled holes found on the front face of the heads. Some minor grinding or filing on the manifold may be necessary.
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