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Peter Kennedy has been in  business since 1991 designing, installing and servicing marine electrical systems. The purpose of this blog is to offer support to both professional installers and  do-it-yourself boat owners who wish to undertake this work themselves.
Peter Kennedy has been in  business since 1991 designing, installing and servicing marine electrical systems. The purpose of this blog is to offer support to both professional installers and  do-it-yourself boat owners who wish to undertake this work themselves.

Wondering how much further forward the Balmar Serpentine Kit will be on your engine?

Posted by Peter Kennedy on 6/25/2018 to Alternators
In the photo you can see the K10 Serpentine Pulley used in most of the Balmar Altmount Serpentine Kits.  It brings the front face of the alternator approx 1/2" further forward than the standard single V pulley.  As all the pulleys in the engine have to line up that means they will all be 1/2" forward.

Pulley comparison

If you are very tight for space you have to remember that on the crankshaft pulley the new pulley goes over the old one so there still has to be enough clearance to get it over.

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