March Performance 40510 Details
BB-Chrysler 383-400 Serpentine Pulley Kits
P/S Belt Size
Tired of losing accessory drive belts? March Performance offers a very trick looking 1'' wide serpentine belt drive system that simply swaps out with your old low performance v-belt pulleys. Not only will they eliminate belt throwing, March high water flow ratio pulleys improve cooling. Matching high performance brackets and stainless steel tensioning rods for perfect belt tensioning. These high performance pulleys and brackets are precision CNC machined from solid billet 6061-T6 aluminum, polished and then clear powder coated for a ''no polishing'' maintenance-free finish.Kits Include:
Note: Big Block Mopar bracket kits require that your engine have a thermostat housing in which the bolt holes run parallel to the radiator.
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