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Y-Guys,    serpentine pulleys for water-pump???

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Hmmm... that would need also similar pulleys to alternator and to crankshaft...  And power steering and A/C... and for McCullochs...http://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/08b3d7ca-7e84-466a-bc45-66e6.jpg

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The A/C and ALT are no problem....I think I could adapt to Crank damper.....water pump is main issue....???
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You can purchase poly-v belt pulley stock in various diameters and widths and have them machined to fit. Or do the same with HTD type positive drive belts. Not inexpensive in either case. Hard to beat the old v-belt for simplicity and reliability.
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I've heard other ford v8s share the same bolt pattern for the water pump.  That means there should be a whole lot of options for a water pump pulley and it should be pretty easy to find something that can work.



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Thanks, Guys

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The pulleys are just pressed on to the Water pump shaft. Therefor all you'd need to do is find a later (5/8") serpintine pulley ad press it on.

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