RE: RE: [EBeast] Serpentine conversion info

From: Benjamin J. Franklin <>
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 20:36:40 -0500

I had told Allen that I have the correct pulley for sale for 45.00, I bought
this crank pulley from JBG when I was in the same Jam. It came from March
pulley through JBG, cost me 95.00 and it is aluminum for the v-belt.

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From: []On Behalf Of
Lars Pedersen
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 1:31 PM
Subject: Re: [EBML] RE: [EBeast] Serpentine conversion info


One option might be to get a 50 oz imbalance damper with matching
serpentine pulley- say, from a mustang 5.0, then have the damper rebalanced
to 28 oz by a competent machine shop. If you can't find a donor it might be
the path of least resistance...

If you do find a donor, perhaps you could post your findings. This seems to
come up once in a while.

Lars Pedersen
Davis, CA

At 09:33 02/12/2002 -0500, you wrote:

>The search for info doesn't seem to be going well, so I'll ask a
>specific question and see what I can piece together then post the
>results. As I said before, I've got a 78 block, which has a 4 bolt 28 oz
>imbalance dampner on it. So my question is, what years still had the
>28oz imbalance, but had a serpentine crank pulley? I'm either looking to
>pull the dampner + pulley or find a crank pulley that'll fit my dampner.
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