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Re: 250 cu in Air Conditioning Brackets [Re: Tim-o] #1216492 Mon May 08 2017 08:09 PM
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I'll scrape off the paint and look.

Re: 250 cu in Air Conditioning Brackets [Re: Tim-o] #1216675 Wed May 10 2017 01:45 AM
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The large pulley in the photo is marked GM 3790356. From the face of the pulley to the back edge is a little over two and three-quarter inches. It's not 4 inches deep like what you need. Sorry for the bad news.

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Re: 250 cu in Air Conditioning Brackets [Re: Tim-o] #1217283 Sun May 14 2017 08:59 PM
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Lugnutz -

Thank you for looking. My truck is at the paint shop and will be for several weeks as it waits its turn. I'll keep looking for a pulley. There are a couple on Ebay that I have been watching (for a price reduction).... My Dad used to say "I'm not cheap - but I'm reasonable"!! I appreciate all of your responses and will keep up updated on my progress. Tim-o

Re: 250 cu in Air Conditioning Brackets [Re: Tim-o] #1328420 Tue Oct 01 2019 07:22 PM
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Just a brief update. It took me almost three years to get off my wallet and buy an aftermarket air system from Old Air for the '66 C10 250 6 cylinder. I had the system charged last week and the air blows a cool 43 degrees. I worked a couple of months on the install following the detailed instructions from Old Air and adding an electric fan to the install. I must admit, the project stretched my mechanical abilities (you have all read my posts) . I did have help - in that John Price from Old Air answered my MANY questions - no matter how trivial - by email and on the phone. All in all - it was a fun project and I got to know my truck much better. I guess what I'm saying - if I can accomplish the install - almost anyone can. Tim-o

Re: 250 cu in Air Conditioning Brackets [Re: Tim-o] #1328422 Tue Oct 01 2019 07:25 PM
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Do you have a normal size distributor cap, or an HEI? I’m curious if the brackets work with an HEI dizzy.

Re: 250 cu in Air Conditioning Brackets [Re: Tim-o] #1328447 Tue Oct 01 2019 11:51 PM
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My truck has the stock distributor. I suggest you contact John Price and ask him. He’s a real nice guy... very helpful...

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