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6.59" Centerline of Holes, Steel, Zinc Plated

  • Bracket fits 1946-53 Ford Flathead V8 engines
  • Made from heavy duty steel for durability
  • Available in a plain or chrome plated finish
  • Designed to work with the two narrow-belt drive systems typical of the late 1950-53 Ford/Mercury passenger cars
  • Must use a different fan bracket on some 1945-48 applications

Key Specs

MFG. Part #91667910
BrandSpeedway Motors
Material TypeSteel
FinishZinc Plated

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Speedway Motors 91667910 Details

Just because you've got a vintage Flathead Ford V8 in your ride doesn't mean you're stuck with the antiquated charging system. Switching to a tried-and-true GM 1-wire alternator is a great upgrade for any Flathead-equipped vehicle with a 12-volt electrical system.

  • Bracket fits 1946-1953 V-8 engines
  • Heavy-duty steel construction
  • Can easily be painted to match your engine
  • Designed to work with the two narrow-belt drive system typical of late '50-'53 Ford/Mercury passenger cars
  • Will not work with single wide belts unless the alternator is modified (see Notes)
  • 3/8" I.D. hole for mounting the alternator
  • Tapped 7/16"-20 to mount to the engine

Application

  • 1946-1953 Flathead Ford V-8 engines with narrow two-belt drive systems
  • Can be used with wide single-belt configurations with some modification
  • Must use different fan bracket on some 1945-1948 applications

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Speedway Motors 91667910 Specifications

KEY SPECS
MFG. Part #91667910
BrandSpeedway Motors
Material TypeSteel
FinishZinc Plated
GENERAL
Mounted Height5.50"
Overall Thickness.875"
Centerline of Holes6.59"
Centerline of Holes (Alternate)2.12"
Center to Center6.50"
Sold in QuantityEach
NotesMay need to cut 1/2" - 5/8" from wide mount boss on alternator case to use this on '49-'50 cars and '48-'52 trucks with 5/8" belts. Equal amount would have to be cut from supplied spacer.