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Old 07-21-2007, 09:29 AM   #1
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Default 67 chevelle/ls2/damper/ a.c pulley question

I'm installing an ls2 in my 67 chevelle and having some issues with the ac clearance .I am not notching the chasis or want to mount it high on the pass. side like s&p does . does anyone know if i can get/mount a pulley that will mount on to- in front the damper so i can move the compressor foward ,then i will fab my own bracket for comp. mount and tensioner pulley .im tired of the compressor throwing off all of my other clearances which have generally been worked out .its the least important and will be wokked out last.I'll probably see if march perf. or super damper makes something. thanks John
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Wack the frame and call it a day. It is the least expensive route and will work the best in the long run because you are using oem parts and not one off stuff.
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:44 AM   #3
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I believe ATI superdamper made a pulley to do just that for the LS7 swap camaro that was in hotrod a few months back. Can't be cheap though.
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