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Old 07-25-2011, 06:48 AM   #1
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Default 94 s10 LSx swap accessory drive

So, I'm sure we have all read this same post about a million times, however, I am asking because I just have to know.

What is the easiest way to route the accessory drive in these swaps? I have heard c5 vette works.

I do NOT want AC just PS and alternator.


I would really like pics if anyone has them. I want the Alt to be upper driver side, PS to be lower driver side, and to add that plastic pulley to the upper passenger side of the water pump. I have heard there is a bracket that puts a tensioner in between the Alt and PS pullies. That is what I am ideally looking for. Does anyone happen to know what bracket this is?
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The C5/6 setup would be the best all around. It will give you ample room around the steering box, and be tight enough to the engine to give you tons of room for puller fans and stock location of the radiator. (it's what I am doing with mine)
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I used the truck system on mine worked perfect.
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