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    Posted: Jan/23/2023 at 2:25pm
Hi, I am switching from the original York over to a Sanden bracket, was wondering if anyone has done this and what bolts/stud are needed to install the Sanden bracket.  I need the correct hardware information (length, size, etc.) for items 4, 11, 13, & 15 as seen in the diagram below.






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There is not an attached diagram. I used the original bolts and nuts in my 68 Javelin.

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Originally posted by 72AMX 72AMX wrote:

Hi, I am switching from the original York over to a Sanden bracket, was wondering if anyone has done this and what bolts/stud are needed to install the Sanden bracket.  I need the correct hardware information for items 4, 11, 13, & 15 as seen in the diagram below.

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If you don't have original AC mounting hardware, I do believe I have the bolts.
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I'm curios where were you able to find a sanden bracket,
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Originally posted by Scene One Scene One wrote:

I'm curios where were you able to find a sanden bracket,
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Found it on eBay, there are usually 1 or 2 on there from time to time, you just have to be patient and wait for an affordable one to pop up, I got mine for  $75.  You can also just buy a York mount adapter plate for $40-50.


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Can also get one off 90/91 Grand waggy.
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I did this conversion on my 70 Javelin when I installed Vintage Air system. Unfortunately, I have sold the car so I don't have it here to measure, but I have attached a couple of pics you can look at. You can zoom in on the pics for better explanation.

The stud #4 in your diagram is the same stud as used for the York compressor bracket.

Bolts #11 and #13 are for the alternator bracket used with the Delco alternator.

I bought the bracket years ago from an ebay seller, and pirated the rest of the hardware from a late Wagoneer.

I also switched over to the 3 sheave pulleys (crank and water pump) so that I could use the double belt arrangement on the compressor and alternator. Note: The 3 sheave crank pulloey is for 4 bolt dampers - that's what I already had. I guess you could use a single belt with the two sheave pulleys, just don't know if everything would line up. I also changed out the power steering pump for the later style with the press on pulley to get everything to line up.

Hope this info helps you out.  I do have some more pics if you would like to see them. Bobster




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