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    1. 08-06-2007 12:18 PM #1
      The DPO (dumb-a-- previous owner) really did a number on my little bunny, installing a HT engine, as well as a heavily modified chevy single wire alternator. Well, the alternator blew up, so I have purchased a new alternator for the HT engine, but the problem is, the brackets don't line up. He removed the AC, and used some mystery brackets for the alternator, which don't properly line up with the correct alternator, so I need a set of alternator brackets (upper and lower) for the car. These are for a car without AC.
      It looks to be a simmilar setup to this car:

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      08-06-2007 01:57 PM #2
      How about something like this?
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      08-07-2007 01:19 PM #3
      Crap! I just tossed a set of brackets that would have worked, and I just live up the road from you. I'll check my pile one more time though.

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    6. 08-07-2007 01:37 PM #4
      Thanks! You would be my hero...

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      08-08-2007 05:45 AM #5
      I would call this as good an excuse as any to upgrade to the A3 serpentine setup...


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      06-04-2008 02:38 AM #6
      What's the part @ 11 o'clock position from the oil pressure sender that is attached to the block and has a black vacuum hose going out toward the passenger side strut tower???

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      06-04-2008 01:06 PM #7
      looks like a fuel pump to me
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