CUCV Air Compressor engine mounting brackets

TechnoWeenie

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Does anyone know a source for the CUCV Air Condition compressor engine mounting brackets and pulleys ?? Thanks
CUCVs didn't come with compressors, except the M1010, and you'll get a lot of confused replies. Probably just easier to ask for the compressor bracket for the M1010.

To answer your question, you can find the part number in the TM.

-10, -20(p), -34(p) are what you want.

 

cucvrus

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May I suggest just looking in a salvage yard for a civilian 6.2 diesel vehicle that had A/C. Below I pictured an M1010 engine from a quick image search.
No1309_Chevrolet_M1010_4x4_Military_Ambulance_Red

As I recall and that is a long time ago. The civilian trucks had the same brackets.
1985 K5 Blazer: Added another one to the stable

This was a quick Google search to refresh my memory but yes the brackets were similar. I always liked the nice civilian P/S reservoir vs the CUCV jamb your hand down in there set up. Good Luck. I scrapped many of these old trucks over the years and the parts were abundant at the time everyone had them.
 

JG Sky Soldier

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CUCVs didn't come with compressors, except the M1010, and you'll get a lot of confused replies. Probably just easier to ask for the compressor bracket for the M1010.

To answer your question, you can find the part number in the TM.

-10, -20(p), -34(p) are what you want.

Thank You for your reply.... I have a complete set of M1010 compressor brackets (Spare M1010 for parts).. However at 79 years young I am having to except that I will not get to all my projects.... I have someone interested in buying them and I am trying to arrive at a reasonable price...I was told that "Someone" was reproducing them.... I am not aware of any... Has anyone? Any idea of what they are worth?? Thanks!
 
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