Ok that maes sence now. If you are interested in a bracket send me a pm and we can work out the details.
i have emailed the seller who sold me the kit. he told me that i would definitely receive buick brackets . i am waiting for is reply but will order one from you. i live in the uk but have a friend in florida who ships containers to the uk. cheers kev
Last edited by kev 190164; 12-14-2015 at 01:16 PM.
Ok keep me posted.
I received my bracket today thanks longhornss .this is a very well made bracket the welds are spot on . even come primed will post pics when I have fitted the bracket
Brad, can you tell me what make vehicle those adjustable brackets were made for that he fabricated the compressor mount out of? Seen those but just won't come to me. Appreciate any info you can provide.
Are you still making these brackets. I reeally need one
Yes I can still make these brackets. If anyone is interested shoot me a PM
Hey guys there was a question a while back as to which belts to run with my compressor / alternator bracket. So I checked the two cars I have here in the shop at the moment one 455 and one 350. The belts we have on them are all Top Cog belts by Dayco and the numbers are as follows. Both of these cars are running factory A/C pulleys so if you have a set of aftermarket aluminum pulley these numbers may change.
Power Steering #15525
Power Steering #15500
It is not required that you change your existing power steering belt.
I If your existing alternator belt fits and tensions properly you may be ok, but use your discretion weather or not you change the alternator belt. If it were me I would put matching belts on the alternator and compressor since they share a common pulley on the alternator.
'65 Buick 2-seat, Custom Sport Wagon, Sea Foam Green, 340, ST-300, 3.08
'66 Pontiac GTO Sport Coupe, 462, Jeff's Holley, 700R4, 3.31, 11.76/119.7 (son Mike's car as of 8-16)
'68 Pontiac GP, 455, dual AFBs, 2.93 posi, 13.54/103 (Sold)
'72 Pontiac TA tribute, 455, Cliff's Q-Jet, 3.08 posi, 7.25/97, (son Russ's car as of 8-16)
'97 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Turbo, Koni shocks
'09 Pontiac Torrent GXP, 3.6 liter V-6, nav, Sun & Sound option
Another thing you will have to consider is pulley's I know this bracket works with 350 and 455 engines with factory A/C pulleys from 68-72. I do now know all the differences in water pump and pulley spacing for any other years or engine configuration.
The bracket is $200 plus shipping.
Hello Longhornss Do you happen to have some of your brackets made? I am in the need of one. I am running Classic Auto Air with my set up.