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Anybody know what years are good donors for a serpentine drive setup for a SBC 350 Gen 1 GM 350 Crate Eng up to 86? I have AC, and Power Steering.

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forces you to a long water pump and moving the rad to the 6 cylinder position. not worth the headache
 

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If you are using the truck Serpentine System (mine came from a 93 Chevy Truck) can you use a Sanden A/C Compressor or do you have to use a GM R4 Compressor?

Wayne
The R4 compressor works fine. Unles you have a sanden already nothing wrong with the R4.
 

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Third Gen F body (88-92 Camaro/Firebird) serp brackets with accessories, used, will likely be the most affordable. Brackets are cast aluminum. The Chevy Performance stuff (for nearly $1K) that was posted is the same thing and you'd be a fool to pay that much for it.

See them on thirdgen.org in the classifieds all the time for no more than $100 for the brackets. All you need after that are the accessories themselves which are easy to find at any auto parts store. It is a long water pump deal so as previously noted, a radiator in the V8 position is a no go.

Driver's bracket: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/ado-10105212

Or stuff like this on ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/88-92-Fire...=item2cdfe2132b:g:cD4AAOSwh8NbMEiK:rk:13:pf:0

You basically just need the brackets and the pulley/idler assemblies. Could likely find at a junkyard for next to nothing.
 
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