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Old 03-07-2013, 08:01 PM   #1
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This is my second problem of the night. Working on my 67 mustang doing a motor swap. Taking the original 200 out and putting a 351w in. The 351 is a 75 and my car has power steering I'm having trouble with all the pulleys and figuring out what i need where. Thanks for the help.
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I believe the power steering is on the driver top the ac and alternator are on the passenger side and I believe the ac is on the bottom

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I have a 67 coupe and I put a 351 out of an 85 truck and that was the location of the power steering and alternator and it fits beautifully. I think I have pics on my profile
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The location is not really the issue. The car does not have AC. I more need to know how to mesh the 75 motor and the 67 power steering without spending the $760 for a kit.
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Oh I miss understood then sorry
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Not a problem thank you for trying.
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