1974 z28 with factory air...routing of hoses on top of alternator bracket?

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  1. Tony Montana

    Tony Montana New Member

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    Hi Guys, I have been looking and looking at photos trying to find the correct routing of some hoses on my 74 z28 with factory air. I notice on non factory equipped ac cars the 2 heater core hoses simply run through the bracket on top of the alternator to their locations and the ground wire bolts onto the hole on the bracket closest to the front of the car. Now on factory equipped air cars I have seen many different ways. Ive seen the same as mentioned above and then the ac compressor line just laying on top of the alternator bracket. I have seen 2 clips mounted to the alternator bracket with the the ground wire bolted to the middle hole and the bracket closest the radiator holding the ac line and the bracket in the first hole holding the heater hose lines. The other way I say is one heater hose and the ac line both held in the clip and the ground on the last hole closest to the front of vehicle....anyone know what is the correct way? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. ronzz572

    ronzz572 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    IMAG0101.jpg IMAG0072.jpg IMAG0072.jpg Pl IMAG0075.jpg Here are a few from my former 74 z28 I sold.
     
  3. 74Z28GC3

    74Z28GC3 Veteran Member

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    These are some pictures of a very low mile 74 Z28 that a member owns on this board.
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  4. ronzz572

    ronzz572 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thanks for posting those George. I forgot I have those same pictures.
     
  5. 74Z28GC3

    74Z28GC3 Veteran Member

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    Please post some pictures of your 74 Z28.
     

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