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Old 02-10-2012, 06:38 PM   #1
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Wondering if theres any way to use a stock water pump for the time being with a motor plate from AEICNC or any vendor just really like there stuff. Thanks for the help
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Wondering if theres any way to use a stock water pump for the time being with a motor plate from AEICNC or any vendor just really like there stuff. Thanks for the help


The short answer is yes, bob at AEI can hook you up, but it will probably not be a 1 piece plate.
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Should have enough room on the pulley to have that 1/4" not make a difference besides the extra bolt length needed. You would need to mill the tensioner piece to make up for the difference in thickness added.
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