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I bought a kit that uses a york style compressor. They sell a pulley which hsa a v-belt groove and the serpentine belt groove for the PS pump and the bracket bolts on top of factory AC pump.
Other side of 5.0 engine, showing the compressor. Inlet to the compressor goes into the top half of the air box assembly.
On the other fenderwell I have the pressure swtich with a bleed-off for the pump, check valve, and air drier then 1/2" plastic air line goes to the front ans rear bumpers with a 1/4 turn shut off valve at both ends. The quick connects are located between the tubes of the bumpers. If you look really close you can see them in the previous pics.
Gregory "Greg" Hupp
near Meadow Grove NE.
1991 Silver anniversary Bronco
It aint built to go fast! It's built to get there!!
Thanks Jason. I also re geared 488 ,been working on it for years , engine has the msd ignition , edelbrock upper and lower ,200 amp mean green alternator, msd 6a box ,super chip, next project is rebuilding the power plant. Now she runs good (plenty of power), just may keep it stock for the rebuild, I have had the rear main seal leak for a while , just hate rebuilding ( mileage)because of this leak .TR
i have a broncoair bumper on my 97 350 we built, love it except i wasnt happy with the powdercoat they did, its already starting to bubble and i dont winter drive my truck either, maybe i got a bad coating job on mine other than that no complaints whatsoever, totally worth the money, and the bumper looks bad a**
97 f350 reg cab long bed
4x4 460 ZF5
315/75/16 BFG MT KM2
Built Not Bought
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