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They must be based on the Chevy generators that sit on the driver side of the engine. 

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No,  If you look at the 401s without AC they sit upright on the passenger side.  

The 401 WITH AC hangs off of the bracket. The compressor is up top.

And the adjusting bracket is down below.

Totally different configuration.

 

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1956322's is oriented the same way, there the adjustment ear is in the wrong side of the case, hence my observation. 

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ITS ALIVE...  After some custom bracket work and find a belt that was bigger, I was able to work this morning and get it running again.  I did have my wife standing by with the Fire extinguisher just in case though.

 

It make a difference, the noise I attributed to the compressor has gone away.

My gas pedal start works and I have a generator light.

My AC blower is much better now, I actually could feel it coming out the drivers side vent and the turn signals flash faster.

I am happy now.

I can even live with the connections being on the bottom.

Here is how mine is mounted and the adjusting bracket I made from an universal bracket I cut and drilled.

 

 

 

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What a cool product.  Looks factory correct under that compressor.  Nicely done Bill!

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So, where in those pictures is the alternator that you're talking about...?  ;)

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On 7/27/2018 at 8:15 AM, EmTee said:

So, where in those pictures is the alternator that you're talking about...?  ;)

The alternator is under the A/C compressor.  It is a Powergen alternator that looks very similar to a generator. (except inside).

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21 minutes ago, Bill Stoneberg said:

The alternator is under the A/C compressor.  It is a Powergen alternator that looks very similar to a generator. (except inside).

 

I think he was making a funny. ?

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