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Old 08-21-2009, 02:26 PM
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1986 460 motor pictures?

Does anyone have a photo of this (carbed motor) from the front? The PO removed the smog pump and brackets and replaced it with a steel plate and some pipe. I'm not even sure what to look for to put it back right. Just the pass side is cobbled, the alt. is at an 8 deg andle or so and just plain looks like crap. i won't be putting the pump back in, but want the correct brackets. I don't know if 351 brackets are the same. Does the Haynes manual show a good picture or exploded view?
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There are 2 brackets you could use, the 85-86 460's had dual smog pumps like this.
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Before that they only had 1 smog pump. This pic just has the bracket with no pump.
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You can use either bracket as both will hold the alt. The only other difference is the single pump bracket has a hole for the heater hose to pass through while the other bracket used a metal section of hose but I am sure you could find a way around that if you dont currently have it.
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If you still need some let me know I think mine is still all stock.
And I could try to get you some.
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I don't know if any of these will help.

The black metal pipe that mounts to the front of the passenger side head starting from the red sealant at 10:00 on the water pump:
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The bracketry sitting on the floor:

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A view of the A.I.R. pumps on the engine:

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