Posted by Dragonclaw on August 08, 2012 at 15:23:22 from (184.108.40.206):
OK Have done the conversion following the guide on here for the super M (http://www.ytmag.com/articles/artint195.htm) along with the advice given to me in my previous posts.
For the alternator bracket I took the advice given and just flipped the regulator bracket over and drilled out the hols bigger and it lined right up. The only problem im having now is in the past my grandad replaced the regulator belt and replaced it with one longer then stock. He then made a spacer on the top support in order to extend it to make up the difference. Now the belt is way to long for what I need it for.
What i did was take a piece of wire and use that to measure the size of the belt needed. If it matters the wire i used was actually the plug that you would use to plug in a ATX computer power supply with both ends cut off of it, since i have about 20 or more of those laying around. Anyway after putting it on there and cutting it to fit the gap exactly it measured 29 1/4 inches. That is with the Alternator slam up against the valve cover. So i figure i need about a 29.5 to 30 inch belt to fit there so that I will have some adjustment on it to get it off the valve cover.
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