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Six cylinder A/C bracket

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Forum Name: AMC 6 Cylinder Engine Repair and Modifications
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Printed Date: Feb/24/2020 at 9:51pm


Topic: Six cylinder A/C bracket
Posted By: ambassador401
Subject: Six cylinder A/C bracket
Date Posted: Jan/13/2020 at 4:35am
Does anyone have a picture of the six cylinder A/C compressor bracket that mounts on the drivers side like the picture? Would help finding one.




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68 American
68 Rebel
70 Javelin
71 Ambassador
A bunch of Jeeps



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Posted By: pacerman
Date Posted: Jan/13/2020 at 8:34pm
I probably have those pieces. I parted out a 69 Javelin 6-cylinder car with a/c a few years ago. Don't think I sold anything from that assembly. I will take a few days for me to check. Joe

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Happiness is making something out of nothing.


Posted By: ambassador401
Date Posted: Jan/14/2020 at 10:18am
That would be great, thanks

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68 American
68 Rebel
70 Javelin
71 Ambassador
A bunch of Jeeps


Posted By: pacerman
Date Posted: Jan/14/2020 at 10:08pm
OK I picked up a 67b 232 today with the factory a/c compressor and brackets still there. Do you just want a picture or do you want to purchase the brackets. As I mentioned above, I might still have the brackets from a 69 232 also. Both of these engines came from Javelins. (The 67 motor was in a 68 Javelin.) Joe

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Happiness is making something out of nothing.


Posted By: ambassador401
Date Posted: Jan/15/2020 at 1:00am
Is the 67 bracket for drivers side? 

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68 American
68 Rebel
70 Javelin
71 Ambassador
A bunch of Jeeps


Posted By: pacerman
Date Posted: Jan/15/2020 at 9:56am
Yes, driver side. I'm not sure if the car, a Javelin) had power steering though. That might affect whether there was an idler pulley over on the passenger side. Joe

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Happiness is making something out of nothing.



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