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GM Alternator 5/8 Inch Wide Belt Pulley, Aluminum
GM Alternator 5/8 Inch Wide Belt Pulley, Aluminum

GM Alternator 5/8 Inch Wide Belt Pulley, Aluminum

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So, you've converted over to a 12-volt electrical system and bolted a GM alternator to your flathead Ford V8. Now it's time to install the belt and pulley, but your engine uses a 5/8" belt and the alternator pulley is 1/2"! Don't worry – Speedway has you covered. This aluminum pulley is designed to fit on a GM alternator and use a 5/8" drive belt.

  • Used on popular GM externally regulated, "SI" and one-wire alternators
  • Fits 1963 and newer GM alternators
  • Allows the use of the 5/8" wide flathead Ford style V-belts
  • Attractive and durable aluminum construction

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

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