QUESTION- Front Accessory Drives/ Bracket Solutions - 1994 GMC 4.3 V6

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    QUESTION- Front Accessory Drives/ Bracket Solutions - 1994 GMC 4.3 V6

    I want to be clear that I am not a GM guru, hence this question-

    Is there a commonly available front accessory drive brackets for a 1994 GM 4.3 V6?

    Like so many others my cast aluminum Alternator/ Power Steering Pump bracket is broken.

    I reached out to a few local salvage yards (northeast PA) and no one has any.

    Is there an aftermarket or OE steel bracket system that I could use?

    Thanks,

    Chris

    #2
    The bracket for a 4.3 should be the same as a fullsize 5.7 from same year range, it is also cast alum. I know dorman makes aftermarket stuff for these. I have a 95 s10 the a/c comp blew up on and they make a pulley/bracket to eliminate the compressor. You can check their catalog online and see

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      #3
      Thanks for the suggestion. Checked Dorman's site- didn't find any mounting brackets. I know people who work there, maybe I can suggest it to them as a new item. Still on the hunt in the meantime.

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        #4
        I need this... if it were in steel... fine. Click image for larger version
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          #5
          I'll sell ya one for $500. Rest of the truck comes with it for free! 93 k1500 sclb 4.3/5spd

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            #6
            Originally posted by Hubbler View Post
            I'll sell ya one for $500. Rest of the truck comes with it for free! 93 k1500 sclb 4.3/5spd
            Where are you?

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              #7
              Metro Detroit

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                #8
                Have you tried LKQ or car-part.com?

                car-part.com list several engines by me at junk yards for parts. Might be able to get them to ship a bracket a to you. One was down in Ohio.
                Last edited by Hubbler; 07-24-2020, 11:17 AM.

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