68 340 with factory air lower crank pulley #

Small Block Mopar Engine

  1. 66 CUDA

    66 CUDA Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    1,812
    Likes Received:
    566
    Joined:
    Aug 20, 2009
    Location:
    Clarkston Michigan
    Local Time:
    7:19 AM
    I am going to the WPC swap meet this Sunday and will be looking for a lower crank pulley for this 68 340 with factory air. I kind of know what it looks like but if anyone has a real good picture of it or if anyone has the correct part number for it that would be a great help.
    Thanks
    Bob
     
  2. xLURKxDOGx

    xLURKxDOGx "An angel fat, at satan's feast" FABO Gold Member

    Messages:
    3,712
    Likes Received:
    1190
    Joined:
    Dec 27, 2013
    Location:
    PHX
    Local Time:
    5:19 AM
    Are you looking for a single non power steering or double with power steering?

    Jake
     
  3. 66 CUDA

    66 CUDA Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    1,812
    Likes Received:
    566
    Joined:
    Aug 20, 2009
    Location:
    Clarkston Michigan
    Local Time:
    7:19 AM
    The pulley that I am looking for has three grooves. I am being told that the 68 340 with factory air lower pulley is a one of a kind pulley. One of the members sent me a picture of the pulley that I need but because of the computer wiz that I am I can no longer find it. It has three grooves and the front groove almost looks like it was added on and it is bigger than the two back ones. If this does not make any sense it's the only way I can explain it. This is why I am trying to get another picture of it or even a part number for it.
    Bob
     
  4. Mike69cuda

    Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

    Messages:
    1,414
    Likes Received:
    1058
    Joined:
    Jan 2, 2018
    Location:
    Overland Park Kansas
    Local Time:
    7:19 AM
    Is this it?

    4C7E3E4B-9E9D-462F-BC3C-B74D0B40D0CF.jpeg

    ACE88CF7-4490-4762-B954-0EED48F528FA.jpeg
     
    • Like Like x 1
    • Mike69cuda

      Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

      Messages:
      1,414
      Likes Received:
      1058
      Joined:
      Jan 2, 2018
      Location:
      Overland Park Kansas
      Local Time:
      7:19 AM
      I Need Info On 1968 340 pulleys
      The above is a thread with lots of good info
       
    • Mike69cuda

      Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

      Messages:
      1,414
      Likes Received:
      1058
      Joined:
      Jan 2, 2018
      Location:
      Overland Park Kansas
      Local Time:
      7:19 AM
      I think this is off of a 66-67 273. Doesn’t seem to have a part # I can see. I couldn’t use it on my 360 because of the balance difference. I think it would work on a 340. AC parts are really hard to find.

      9E7C1BA3-385F-4711-B118-E7B05AF6BAE0.jpeg

      538DE214-4B14-48CB-A6E0-3BF8BA66A96B.jpeg
       
    • 66 CUDA

      66 CUDA Well-Known Member

      Messages:
      1,812
      Likes Received:
      566
      Joined:
      Aug 20, 2009
      Location:
      Clarkston Michigan
      Local Time:
      7:19 AM
      That does look like the one I am being told that I need, but like you said no one has a part number. I started that thread that you have listed above and if you go back in it, it states that none of the pulleys in this thread are for factory A/C cars and that pulley you have there is not in that thread. Mike is that pulley for sale?
      Bob
       
    • Mike69cuda

      Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

      Messages:
      1,414
      Likes Received:
      1058
      Joined:
      Jan 2, 2018
      Location:
      Overland Park Kansas
      Local Time:
      7:19 AM
      Yep, how about $40 + shipping. It will fit in a med flat rate box. Think that is about $16.
       
    • Mike69cuda

      Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

      Messages:
      1,414
      Likes Received:
      1058
      Joined:
      Jan 2, 2018
      Location:
      Overland Park Kansas
      Local Time:
      7:19 AM
      The pictures at the end of your thread I mentioned are about the best I have seen so far. I have really struggled to sort out my engine front end. Mine had an engine swap & it is really a Frankenstein.
       
    • 66 CUDA

      66 CUDA Well-Known Member

      Messages:
      1,812
      Likes Received:
      566
      Joined:
      Aug 20, 2009
      Location:
      Clarkston Michigan
      Local Time:
      7:19 AM
      I am going through the same thing. My 68 had no drive train in it at all, and it is going to receive a 1971 340 but I have installed the 1968 timing cover, water pump, and balancer. I have picked up most of the A/C parts and the power steering unit was in a box of parts that came with the car. there are no brackets for the alternator either. So I still have a long way to go. That is what winter is for up here in Michigan, I am trying to gather as many parts as I can so when the snow melts I can have at it.
       
      • Like Like x 2
      • furrystump

        furrystump Well-Known Member

        Messages:
        1,022
        Likes Received:
        640
        Joined:
        Nov 13, 2004
        Local Time:
        1:19 PM
        I have one at home, I can take a picture of it late tonight and can look for a number on it. This is an original 340 with power steering and AC. It weighs like 10 lbs! Also it looks nothing like the pictures in this thread.
         
      • 66 CUDA

        66 CUDA Well-Known Member

        Messages:
        1,812
        Likes Received:
        566
        Joined:
        Aug 20, 2009
        Location:
        Clarkston Michigan
        Local Time:
        7:19 AM
        That would be great, because this car had no drive train what so ever so I do not know what I am looking for and if you still have any of the other pulleys from that motor pictures and or part numbers would be great also. Part numbers are good, I would appreciate it.
        Bob
         
      • lemondana

        lemondana BlackDart

        Messages:
        395
        Likes Received:
        198
        Joined:
        Dec 7, 2007
        Location:
        Southeast NE
        Local Time:
        6:19 AM
        I'm pretty sure 67-69 273,318, and 340 used all of the same components. So your availability of needed parts is widened.
         
      • Mike69cuda

        Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

        Messages:
        1,414
        Likes Received:
        1058
        Joined:
        Jan 2, 2018
        Location:
        Overland Park Kansas
        Local Time:
        7:19 AM
        I will take pictures as I get mine figured out. I bought a bunch of stuff to try and get mine better. I may have more leftovers to sell. Probably start on mine next month.
         
      • 66 CUDA

        66 CUDA Well-Known Member

        Messages:
        1,812
        Likes Received:
        566
        Joined:
        Aug 20, 2009
        Location:
        Clarkston Michigan
        Local Time:
        7:19 AM
        I received some pictures from Jim (RealWing) who has an un-molested 1969 barracuda 340 S with A/C and Power steering. These pictures answer some of the questions about this puzzle for the correct pulley and the way everything goes together. Take a look.
        Thanks
        Jim

        pulley 1.JPG

        pulley 2.JPG

        pulley 3.JPG

        pulley 4.JPG

        pulley 5.JPG

        pulley 6.JPG
         
      • 66 CUDA

        66 CUDA Well-Known Member

        Messages:
        1,812
        Likes Received:
        566
        Joined:
        Aug 20, 2009
        Location:
        Clarkston Michigan
        Local Time:
        7:19 AM
        And a few more pictures, hope these will help anyone else looking for this info.
        Bob

        pulley 7.JPG

        pulley 8.JPG

        pulley 9.JPG

        pulley 10.JPG

        pulley 11.JPG

        pulley 12.jpg
         
        • Like Like x 2
        • Mike69cuda

          Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

          Messages:
          1,414
          Likes Received:
          1058
          Joined:
          Jan 2, 2018
          Location:
          Overland Park Kansas
          Local Time:
          7:19 AM
          Great pics! Those will really help. I will post some more if have too.
           
        • Mike69cuda

          Mike69cuda 64 is the new 17 FABO Gold Member

          Messages:
          1,414
          Likes Received:
          1058
          Joined:
          Jan 2, 2018
          Location:
          Overland Park Kansas
          Local Time:
          7:19 AM
          More photos I got from Facebook

          01A8FC8F-738D-4D34-8287-245481973D77.jpeg

          9336DF66-573D-49BB-84A4-06B788620B54.jpeg

          1717333A-5A23-43E9-BA2C-0FB97607C927.jpeg

          AF2A5F7D-45B1-4120-8C64-22A01DF07521.jpeg

          4C61845C-910A-4079-8CD5-FEF54D003C84.jpeg

          81F2BCD2-84FA-4DCA-BC9A-A3242EACD263.jpeg

          61D0F026-9DA3-4526-8627-EF5B41985465.jpeg
           
          • Like Like x 1
          • Wyrmrider

            Wyrmrider FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

            Messages:
            3,238
            Likes Received:
            1552
            Joined:
            Sep 5, 2016
            Location:
            los angeles
            Local Time:
            5:19 AM
            any chance that the 340 had smaller pulleys to keep from overreving the ac, alt, wp ???
             
          • 66 CUDA

            66 CUDA Well-Known Member

            Messages:
            1,812
            Likes Received:
            566
            Joined:
            Aug 20, 2009
            Location:
            Clarkston Michigan
            Local Time:
            7:19 AM
            Here are some pictures Jim sent me of his water pump pulley and the alternator bracket.

            pulley 13.JPG

            pulley 14.JPG

            pulley 15.JPG

            pulley 16.JPG

            pulley 17.JPG
             
          • 66 CUDA

            66 CUDA Well-Known Member

            Messages:
            1,812
            Likes Received:
            566
            Joined:
            Aug 20, 2009
            Location:
            Clarkston Michigan
            Local Time:
            7:19 AM
          • RealWing

            RealWing FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

            Messages:
            996
            Likes Received:
            584
            Joined:
            Jun 14, 2010
            Location:
            Ontario, Canada
            Local Time:
            8:19 AM
            I received some pictures from Jim (RealWing) who has an un-molested 1969 barracuda 340 S with A/C and Power steering. These pictures answer some of the questions about this puzzle for the correct pulley and the way everything goes together. Take a look.
            Thanks
            Jim

            You are welcome. Hope you can find all the parts!!!
            Jim
             
            • Like Like x 1
            • furrystump

              furrystump Well-Known Member

              Messages:
              1,022
              Likes Received:
              640
              Joined:
              Nov 13, 2004
              Local Time:
              1:19 PM
              This is my original 68 340 AC with power steering crank pulley. No numbers I could see.

              A87657FD-9A00-4FEF-91EA-3632C8AF8614.jpeg

              6BF6F328-A4D8-472E-9388-5B970F3A9BD8.jpeg

              07C3A25B-2C91-4F19-9780-70D595399334.jpeg

              9C387AF0-B4D9-4415-B5B9-54A9C247392A.jpeg
               
            • furrystump

              furrystump Well-Known Member

              Messages:
              1,022
              Likes Received:
              640
              Joined:
              Nov 13, 2004
              Local Time:
              1:19 PM
              I believe that the water pump pulley is larger because the pump is a 8 vane pump on AC cars. IIRC.
               
            • 66 CUDA

              66 CUDA Well-Known Member

              Messages:
              1,812
              Likes Received:
              566
              Joined:
              Aug 20, 2009
              Location:
              Clarkston Michigan
              Local Time:
              7:19 AM
              Yes that is the lower crank pulley that I am looking for. If you look closer to the top of this thread Jim (RealWing) sent me pictures of his original 340 with air and power steering lower crank pulley and it looks just like your's. The part number is 2536752 but the problem is that the part number is not on the pulley (good job engineers)
              Thanks for the pictures.
              Bob
               
            1. This site uses cookies to help personalize content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
              By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.