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  • #46
    JohnG:
    Thanks for those suggestions. Certainly something that I can look into that I haven't thought of. Every little bit helps.

    Jon:
    So, you "know" what I mean about the mystery bolt.

    Did you install the compressor bracket first, and then the compressor with the mystery bolt first?

    Or, did you mount the compressor to the bracket, and install them together,

    I can't get my hand in there at any angle, from the top or bottom, to even start that bolt. Then there is no room to get a tool in there to tighten it. I'm very interested in how you will get to that bolt to tighten it.
    Bart
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    • #47
      Yes I remembered that bolt Bart. We installed the a/c compressor bracket 1st. It must be the difference in the power steering pump bodies? It is a very tight fit though.....
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      • #48
        I would stick with the PS pump that you have if you can get to that compressor bolt.

        Have you been able to tighten that bolt with the belt stretched on the compressor yet? If so, what did you use to get on that bolt?

        That might be my problem.

        Thanks
        Bart
        1960 Hard Top/430
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