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    Nice setup man! Unrelated but im digging the tpi setup as well! On another note im going to be using the v belt style as well for the same reason.

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    i got the pulley from kilby think their site addy is www.onboardair.com

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    Im gonna try and see if my uncle will machine me a pulley. If he can't then I'll get the kilby one.

    Sent from DAS DOOLAY!!!

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    1993 cclb dually bagged and bodied- 454 4l80e-custom budget york 210 compressor- four link rear-

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    So what's the deal with the kilby alternator pulley being so small then the compressor pulley being so big, wouldn't that make it run slower? I mean the serpentine clutch would make it run at basically engine speed right? What im getting at Is I've got some old pullys lying around that I could use to drive the compressor that are pretty much the same size as the compressor pulley making it a 1:1 ratio effectively running at engine speed. Is there anything wrong with that?

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    1993 cclb dually bagged and bodied- 454 4l80e-custom budget york 210 compressor- four link rear-

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    if you look at the 2 pics the pic with out TPI has a black compressor and the Tpi pic has a silver compressor .. well the black compressor had the same size pulley LOL and now i have the silver compressor haha dont do it

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    hmmm i never thought about that with the pulley size on those dual belt design.
    i know a overdrive pulley on the alt will make it turn faster. but if a dual setup wouldnt that turn the pump slower tho. i was thinking about doing a pulley setup on mine and putting it on passenger side. but hell if that will slow it down i dont want that. ill spend the extra time fabing up some extra pulleys to get the right tension and pulley coverage.
    97 C1500 Extended cab 3rd door 5.7, 20s, front bagged. not rear yet i have a huge parts list to go onto the truck spring 2014. MMW arms, Nfamous rear 3link kit, hydro boost, and still adding parts to the pile.

    need any OBS parts and some NBS parts PM me. im a junk yard whore and go all the time.
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    what is everybody doing with the upper radiator hose when you run the brackets off the alternator on the newer motors?

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    i used a universal hose from napa autoparts longest they could get. they had to order it in. but i just used another stock radiator hose cover and used a zip tie and overlapped them so it looks alot cleaner than the ribbed hose look! i also bent up alittle bracket thats bolted to the york to support the hose.
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    97 C1500 Extended cab 3rd door 5.7, 20s, front bagged. not rear yet i have a huge parts list to go onto the truck spring 2014. MMW arms, Nfamous rear 3link kit, hydro boost, and still adding parts to the pile.

    need any OBS parts and some NBS parts PM me. im a junk yard whore and go all the time.
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    wanted to share a pic of my install..


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    Quote Originally Posted by dagen_1 View Post
    wanted to share a pic of my install..

    Look's good man!
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