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    BBC. how did you mount your alternator down low? I bought one of the common brackets out there, don’t like it. Prefer an off the shelf simple setup, trying to keep the alternator down low. (typical BBC jet with no pump or other accessories)

    How did you do it? Can I see a pic and where you bought the brackets?

    thanks!!!

    frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    BBC. how did you mount your alternator down low? I bought one of the common brackets out there, don’t like it. Prefer an off the shelf simple setup, trying to keep the alternator down low. (typical BBC jet with no pump or other accessories)

    How did you do it? Can I see a pic and where you bought the brackets?

    thanks!!!

    frank
    The type Wolfie showed you is a common bracket with three point mounts , on 4 point and rail kits there is generally a "boss" on the top of the left front mount plate to attach the base of the Alternator and then a bracket to a front of engine accessory bolt to tension , Tom

    heres one similar we completed some time back

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