GM Alternator, 5/8 Inch Wide Alternator Belt Pulley, Plain
2.89" Overall Diameter, V-Belt Belt Type, 1.28" Overall Thickness, .67" Hole Diameter, Steel
- Adapts GM alternator to original 5/8" belt
- Compatible on all Powermaster alternators, generators and most GM alternators
- Bolt hole length is .71"
- Zinc-plated for rust and corrosion prevention
- Premium steel construction
So you've converted your Flathead-powered rod over to 12 volts and bolted a GM alternator in place. Now it's time to install the belt, but your engine pulley is 5/8" and the alternator is 1/2"!
Don’t worry, Speedway has you covered. This alternator pulley allows the use of a 5/8" wide Flathead-style belt on GM externally regulated, SI and one-wire alternators.
NotesBolt hole length is .71" Pulley will work on all Powermaster alternators/generators as well as most GM alternators.
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