Chrome 1938-1945 Flathead Alternator Bracket
- Ford '38-'45 or '46-'53 engines
- Heavy duty steel
- Chrome or plain finish
If you're converting your Flathead-powered car or truck to a 12-volt electrical system, you'll need a modern alternator for proper charging. This bracket mounts the ever-popular GM 1-wire alternator to a 1938-1945 Flathead Ford V8. Features a deep chrome plating that is sure to last.
- Center mounts GM SI-style alternators
- Must use with the single 5/8" wide belt
- Must use with the early "short" water pumps
Mounting Guide (Link)
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