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Old 05-04-2019, 05:49 PM
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Default Letís See Some Chevy Alternator Brackets Running a T-Ram?

Seeing what’s out there. I would like to see some cool and clever, day 2, top alternator braces when running a tunnel ram. Mostly interested in big block long water pump, ala 69 Camaro. But other guys may want to get ideas, as well. So all setups that are day 2 appropriate are welcome. Thanks sYc.
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The cool and clever back in the day was to chrome plate factory brackets. Never really remember seeing artsy fabricated brackets back then.
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The cool and clever back in the day was to chrome plate factory brackets. Never really remember seeing artsy fabricated brackets back then.
Thanks for the reply. After several searches, I could only find ones as you say. I was under the impression that the stock bracket would not work? But that does not seem to be the case with the LWP BBC. I thought I recalled seeing a similar 2 flat arched dabbed to look like a 68 Z28 has only on the rh side?

Guess Iím too cheap to find a correct setup and thought, being day II, I had some options? Lol
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Alan Grove 225R - Alt. is what I'm using. http://www.alangrovecomponents.com/B..._Long_Pump.htm It may not be the look that you are going for, but it gets the alternator down low and kind of out of sight for a cleaner look.
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Now that is slick, Freddie.
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Here it is in the car.
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