Serpentine Conversion Kits with Mid-Mount Alternator Bracket
Designed for use with GM 60 to 80 amp alternators, these Serpentine Conversion Kits incorporate genuine Billet Specialties style, quality, fit, and finish. Brackets and pulleys are machined from billet aluminum. They are available in your choice of polished or black powdercoated finish. The kits are engineered to bolt-on and align correctly right out of the box. Stainless steel hardware and turnbuckles and QA1 high-quality rod ends are included!
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|Billet Specialties Serpentine Conversion Kits||Other Brand Bracket Kits|
|Mirror Polished or Black Anodized Finish||Machine Finish|
|Stainless Steel Hardware Included||Zinc Plated Steel Hardware|
|Polished Stainless Steel Turnbuckles||Raw Stainless Finish Turnbuckles|
|Nose Cones included on Alternator, Water Pump & Idler Pulleys||Nose Cones Sold Separately|
|Comprehensive Installation Instructions||Single Diagram|
|CNC machined billet stylized pulley design - At No Extra Charge||Blank, plain-faced pulleys|
|Exclusive dual idler pulley system for A/C kits|
to keep belt tension
|Single idler pulley|
allows belt slacking
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