You can get those in any decent auto parts store / auto zone. You'll find them in the Dorman HELP parts, and they're called water pump bolts, I think.I couldnt find the bolts for My A/C bracket anywhere. on a 1991 302. the bolts that go through the water pump and timing chain cover and have a stud coming out of the hex head to mount the A/C bracket on. anybody know where these could be found?
Thanks, I found the kit for the WP bolts on the dorman website. just have to find an auto parts store here that can get me them, shouldnt be tough.sydude said:You can get those in any decent auto parts store / auto zone. You'll find them in the Dorman HELP parts, and they're called water pump bolts, I think
You have other issues then. The only thing the bracket bolts do is clamp the bracket to the block. The bolts have nothing to do with alignment of the pulleys.Ok I have been using normal grade 8 bolts with washers on top to hold the bracket against the block but the bracket has to much play so I would wrap paper around them to keep them stable, I know it is terrible but with it and electrical tape it works for on road use. The problem is offroad the belt slips or it walks off the belt tensioner pully, to compound this isn't is my kenne bell supercharger. Excuse the terrible mess and dirty dirty motor (just back from deployment when these were taken) but this pic shows there is no real pulley alignment issues and this one shows the bracket that moves to the left of the supercharger holding the alternator, you can see what it has done to a normally smooth pulley