No bolts were included. We had the part; it would have been nice if it were labeled so we could have done that installation before dropping the motor in. I'll be working in the bay on this one, I guess!
Debating whether to paint it silver or black. Got both out at the shop, but will coat it before I put it in. Somewhat tempted to look into AC delete system that Sergio mentioned, but not sure what the differences are beyond getting the compressor off the block.
don't stress... it's only necessary to loosen the belt tensioner, remove 3 bolts, disconnect the wire plug and the AC compressor is out.
The part from Ford comes with the correct size bolts, pulley and bracket all assembled ready to install, part # M-19216-D46
Call Max Phone: (480) 946-3900 ext.236 "Ask for Max" at Five Star Ford (a Vendor here)., tell him Sergio sent you and he'll give you a discount!
--------------------- "Project SuperCobra" underway....
2003 SVT Cobra Donor with only 5K miles
Agree w/Sergio, I have the same eliminator. The only thing I keep thinking I *might* have been able to do better, is re-route the belt completely so I didn't even need the eliminator. It didn't even occur to me at the time, but its one of those little projects for a rainy Sat. in the future.
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