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V Belt Suggestions - Fan spacing, pulley sizing, belt routing

Discussion in 'Tech Discussion' started by AuroraGirl, Oct 3, 2020.

  1. Vbb199

    Vbb199 B-rate Hillbilly Customs

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    I swear every post AG makes, its chocked full of bitterness, literal novel worthy content, truth, misinformation, dirty old men, sum shit about an LS, and pics of buicks and random BOP components in 2 foot tall grass or in a shed/work shop shelf


    WOT IN TARNATION
     
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    here you are :) there is no bitterness here. only SWEET, RAW, LOVE.
    im currently working on sealing old windows in my house right now. NOt even making them finish-worthy because they are rotten and need replacing but that is gonna be a summer thing. Cleaning the edges, goobering with sealant, makeshifting weather stripping, and going to paint to uniformity!

    THere is no bitterness in that
     
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    I try not to be shitty, unless its warranted. Which theres only really like, 2 people here that are asking for it.
     
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    By spacers i mean the tube things that bolts go through of various lengths, like the thick washers for WP and on the ps tensioner(in my case at least)
     
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    meh franken was just kinda more like "wtf" than dick like, its hard for some people to understand messes, junk, having parts just everywhere, literal yard of farm implements, memories, and american steel. and then have that space occupied by a young girl with ADD or something and the thirst for knowledge
     
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    Should have been more specific, i dont mean in this thread, i mean the entire forum.


    Theres like 2 or 3 people here that are fucking dickheads, and nobody else really likes them .
     
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    Was more just referring to the unecessary general bitterness some members here have with you. Not so much the community dicks

    Its somewhat unwarranted to be an asshole to someone with a bunch of relics from a deceased family member whos got a thirst for knowledge and experiences,

    better yet, you, like myself, are of the few of our generation that keep old shit and work on it too.

    Some of these people should appreciate it, encourage the younger generation to uphold a interest in old trucks..... not shun it and talk down to them.
     
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    I think if it werent rusty or "dirty" some of the people who do would find it be an amazing show of youth or great respect for a worthy cause, but its rusty or unorganized, therefore it is junk.

    Ive been around that all my life, i tell them their unhealthy collection of antique dolls is both creepy AND Junk, so checkmate
    I also find junk to be more a word of temporary condition or intent

    For example, my grandpa has a pile of painted green, yellow, silver, red, and black brake drums of all kinds laying around that he was going to use for his bases(Like stools, equipment, etc. nice and heavy. sturdy. not tipsy.) but they are junk to me and will likely be scrapped unless i decide to use them decoratively.
     
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    I will die clutching my clutch pedal in hand, brake pedal in the other. Grasping for air, aspirating. "fuck hydro" are my final words. I will be 37 years old.
     
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    Which hydro?
    Hydromatic? Or hydrocodone?
     
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    hydro as in hydro clutch hydro brakes but at the time man it could have been all the hydrocodone i was taking, too!
     
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    7 blade fan is much more efficient than the 3 blade.Get the heaviest duty fan clutch you can.

    Like off the 6.2 diesel,or 454.
     
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    well i would be buying new. the clutch i have is from a 78 k10 with HD cooling, ac, 400, auto with cooler lines, etc but the clutch was stored face down for 20 years and was worn on top. it didnt spin right even. But i took the blades off and put it on mine! Gonna get an HD clutch for sure
     
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    Yes ma’am,so if your year model had the diesel available,get the fan clutch for the diesel.Especially since your plowing.
     
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    even an olds 350 diesel? im not doubting it would be HD but I dont know if it would have same bolt setup for the mounting, the fan on a sbo i think was 3 bolts unless i misremember
     

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