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Old 12-05-2009, 12:57 AM   #1
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What aftermarket alternator bracket are you using?

Hey guys,

Just wondering what everyone is using as an alternator bracket. I'm looking for 94-95 setups only please. Pictures and exact part numbers would be great along with personal accounts if you have any notes on the product.


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did the same search a few weeks back, all i could come up with was a setup from march performance that moved the alternator bracket to above the power steering and you would have to delete the power steering...
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i know there are a few that are made for the fox bracket setup but i dont know if they would be spaced properly?
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I run a March setup I modified to mount the alt down low. I like this much better, cleans the bay up imop.

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are those ebay valve covers?


anyone else have an aftermarket bracket? where are all of the turbo guys??
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heres one thats hopefully being pieced together now.

Anyone interested in drivers mount alt brackets
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cant do drivers side as thats where the PS mounts..... looking for passenger side mounts that work with the factory 94/95 accessory spacing
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are those ebay valve covers?


anyone else have an aftermarket bracket? where are all of the turbo guys??

No not the ebay ones
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heres my homemade bracket

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looks alot like the march assembly? would you be willing to make another?
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bump, anyone know if a fox body march alternator kit would work on an SN95????
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looks alot like the march assembly? would you be willing to make another?
its basically a fox march kit with a homemade bracket for the 351.i still have the template for mine and could make another one,but it would only work on a 351 w/fox timing cover.its fairly easy to measure.i took a long bolt that went through the lower alternator mount and into the head.drilled the same size hole in a piece of plexiglass,slid it onto the bolt and screwed it into the head and lined up what waterpump holes i was gonna use.then with a straight edge,figure how thick the spacers need to be to line the alternator pulley up with the rest.
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Hey guys,

Just wondering what everyone is using as an alternator bracket. I'm looking for 94-95 setups only please. Pictures and exact part numbers would be great along with personal accounts if you have any notes on the product.
I still have the stock alternator/smog pump bracket but since I'd long since deleted the smog pump, I had the smog pump part of the bracket cut off with an angle grinder so it looks like this:

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bump..... still looking for an SN95 compatible setup that will pull the alternator closer to the engine
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I run a March setup I modified to mount the alt down low. I like this much better, cleans the bay up imop.

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i like the way that looks
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I run a March setup I modified to mount the alt down low. I like this much better, cleans the bay up imop.

-Chris
Chris, How/what did you modify to make it work and do do you have a picture of your mount from the other side of the car??

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