Small Block Chevy Serpentine Drive Kits
This system simply mounts to the front of your water pump and manifold. Precision CNC machined from solid billet 6061-T6 aluminum to fit perfectly and handle high torque and vibration. This bracket kit comes complete with stainless steel tensioning rods and chrome moly rod ends for high performance operation. All necessary hardware included. Powdercoated to eliminate polishing in those hard to reach places. Matching serpentine pulleys are precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum. These pulleys will not fracture like common cast pulleys. High tensile strength means much longer wear. We go as far as hard coating the high wear areas on our pulleys! Our street rod ratio increase water flow and fan speed. This helps at critical low speed driving. All pulleys have a maintenance-free clear powdercoat.Application:
This kit fits 1957 and earlier cars and full size truck. Later cars 1957 and newer check for hood clearance, 14.5" minimum from center of water pump shaft to hood. Ideal for 265-283-327 C.I. engines that do not have bolt holes in heads. Vortec engines use 20730 series kits. Works with OEM, Hot Rod Air and Vintage Air A/C Systems
Deluxe Kits: Do Not Include water pump cover, alternator cooling fan or A/C clutch cover
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