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Old 12-31-2017, 07:45 PM
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The truck setup will fit.

I had to build a body lift to roll the chassis under the body. Just got that done last week. Now its too cold!
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Working on the serpentine drive set up and I decided to go ahead and get the electric fan system too. I purchased the DeWitt set up and it installed pretty easy. I had to shift the system towards the passenger side about 2.25".I'll wire it up as soon as I get the serpentine drive installed.
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Got off work early today because the system went down. Gave me a little time to work on the serpentine drive.

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Looks good. Are the serpentine brackets GM parts?
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Old 03-14-2019, 01:44 AM
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They are a custom bracket that bolts in front of the water pump. The kit came with 4 spacers to space it out so the accessories bolt to the bracket. I took pictures of it as I was assembling it. I'll try to post it soon.
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Black SBC Front Serpentine Pulley Drive System. Cost $985.00 with free shipping.

The pulleys and brackets are CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum.
SBS Serpentine System Includes:
-6061-T6 Billet Aluminum Main Mounting Brackets
-Black SD7 Compressor
-Black GM Type 2 Power Steering Pump
-Black Aluminum Water Pump
-Black 160 Amp 1-Wire Alternator
-Black Compressor Clutch Cover
-Hardware
-Black 6061-T6 Crankshaft Pulley
-Black 6061-T6 Water Pump Pulley
-Black 6061-T6 Power Steering Pump Pulley
-Serpentine Drive Belt -Tensioner

FITMENT CHEVROLET SMALL BLOCK V8 GEN. I 4.3 L / 262 in3 4.3 L / 265 in3 4.4 L / 267 in3 4.6 L / 283 in3 4.9 L / 302 in3 5.0 L / 305 in3 5.0 L / 307 in3 5.4 L / 327 in3 5.7 L / 350 in3 6.6 L / 400 in3

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The set up on my vehicle.

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So everything mounts to the the plate and then the plate mounts to the engine via the 4 water pump mounting bolts? I could do something like this for my tall deck big block. Most of the kits out there reference off the lower mounting holes on the block, water pump bolts, and then the front of the cylinder heads. In my application that's no good. I'll have to start gathering components and I could have a plate waterjetted out in similar fashion to yours. Thanks for the detailed photos, I like the setup.
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Yes that is correct. One main bracket that uses the 4 bolts to the water pump, the spacers pull out the bracket so the accessories bolt directly to the bracket. Very clean installation. I feel the $$$ was worth it with all I got...
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That price is less than half what all the competitors are selling for. I must have missed where you found this gem. Maybe they make one for the big block too?
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