Rewiring my EFI Magnum - 1970 Dart Swinger

I have actually had this setup running for a couple of years, and it doesn't rub; there's about a half inch of space. If you look closely at my idler pulley you'll see it's smaller than the usual Magnum idler. I don't know why it's different from the normal pulley, but that whole setup including the power steering bracket cam from the van. Maybe the conversion company put that on there? It had a monster alternator on it that had an external voltage regulator wired in, I'm assuming done by the company that converted it to an ambulance.

When I was at the pick and pull getting my Ram relay box I wanted to get an earlier style cruise servo too. Turns out the truck in the yard was a stripper model and didn't have cruise or air conditioning, so I ended up grabbing the non-AC bracket which has the standard size Magnum pulley.

I do plan to put AC in the car eventually. Probably. OK, maybe. For now I'm going to get it back together without AC. Not sure if I'm going to put this non-AC bracket on now or do it later in the summer. I might do it if I decide to swap out my 180° thermostat for a 195° unit. I have a manual control on my electric fan and I have noticed the engine actually runs way better when I let it get hot, but I want to install external transmission cooler before I move to the 195° thermostat.

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Interesting on that smaller pulley from the donor truck. That non-AC alternator bracket is a good find. Did you grab the heater tube spacer as well? It supports the heater tube when the AC portion of that bracket is not there.