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Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-15-2015, 01:21 PM
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Posted By V
Ah ok, now I found it. they have a holley part...

Ah ok, now I found it. they have a holley part number, 97-150, and gm number, 12564401.
The Holley part is just 37 bucks. Or 50 from GM with all washers and the bolt.
It does appear to be the same...
Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-15-2015, 12:25 PM
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Posted By V
I read that the ribbed idler pulley is from the...

I read that the ribbed idler pulley is from the tensioner and gets moved up top but where does the smooth pulley come from? I couldn't find it anywhere listed on holleys site about where it comes...
Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-14-2015, 06:15 PM
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Posted By V
Do you have a possible link for that bracket? I...

Do you have a possible link for that bracket? I would consider that.



edit: I found the part. Its $140(give or take a few bucks).
In comparison, the k member notch kit to run the LS...
Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-12-2015, 10:01 PM
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Posted By V
Yea, you do have good points. If I stay with the...

Yea, you do have good points. If I stay with the stock K, I'm just going to have to see how to add the k member braces back since the pass sides attaches where the a/c notch will be.
Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-12-2015, 08:58 PM
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Posted By V
I'd first look over all the parts, measurements,...

I'd first look over all the parts, measurements, clearances, etc and draw it all out in Autocad prior to making any cuts. I might realize it wont work way before that.

The intended usage would be...
Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-12-2015, 05:07 PM
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Posted By V
That is the only con. I would be doing the...

That is the only con. I would be doing the majority of the design and cutting, with a professional doing the actual welding on the k member.
Forum: Restorations, Fabrication, Tool and Shop Tech 02-12-2015, 03:04 PM
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Posted By V
Plan to use 4th gen k-member in 3rd gen

As some of you Im planning on doing an LS1 swap into my '88 GTA.

Which k member to use is one big decision I need to make.
I could go tubular but then I run into issues about if the A/C...
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