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    WTB Misc Supercharged Parts

    Hey there I have a small list of parts that I need to acquire to get my supercharger assembly finalized.

    Secondly I need a wire harness off of a supercharged vehicle, I bought one for a 00-04 on accident and it was a very costly mistake because i have reason to believe that there is something wrong with the harness.

    Finally I need the bolt that connects the supercharger pulley to the actual camshaft pulley so that it turns. Again this is for a 99-00 assembly with a caged pulley setup. I purchased the pulley from someone on NLOC and they did not include the bolt to hook it in.

    it looks similar to this.


    BTW the sooner the better on these parts because as I was saying this is a conversion and as of right now the car isnít running. I can ship FedEx with my account number (Priority Overnight) if anyone is willing to help out thanks again.

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    Quote:Finally I need the bolt that connects the supercharger pulley to the actual camshaft pulley so that it turns


    What???

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    I was thinking the same thing G. Upper or lower pulley Deviant?

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    I believe he is referring to the "hub" that connects the lower blower pulley the the cage??? Been awhile since I've seen that old set up but I do recall have a large (for lack of a better/correct terminalogy) bolt threaded on the large end and small end.

    Let me see if I can find a picture....


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    I believe the one end is squared.... Like I said it's been awhile since I've looked at a stock lower.

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...006-02,GGLG:en

    I think that is the one he is referring to and if so I can help. I have two caged and one un caged lowers for sale.

    Later...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black 2003

    I believe the one end is squared.... Like I said it's been awhile since I've looked at a stock lower.

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...006-02,GGLG:en

    I think that is the one he is referring to and if so I can help. I have two caged and one un caged lowers for sale.

    Later...
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    here is exactly what i have and i am converting a stock f150 to the lightning/HD .



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    That is a stock caged pulley, why are you interested in installing that verses and 4# or 6# lower pulley??

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    i was told that this was a two pound lower and i am doing a conversion with a lightning supercharger and it is ported 8+2+2 would give me the 12 punds i want to not put too much stress on the stock engine

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    G, although that is a caged lower, I don't believe it is the stock one. The stock lower is a solid pulley where that one has 8 large holes in it.

    Deviant, measure the overall diameter on that pulley and we will have a better idea of what you got. As for the bolt, better luck over at NLOC finding something like that.
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    Well I have the stock bolt needed to connect the cage to the pulley. What you have there I have no clue.

    I have to get out to my shed tonight to get some pictures of some other items I have for sale. I snap a couple of what I have and see if that helps you out any.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1FastSCrew
    G, although that is a caged lower, I don't believe it is the stock one. The stock lower is a solid pulley where that one has 8 large holes in it.

    Deviant, measure the overall diameter on that pulley and we will have a better idea of what you got. As for the bolt, better luck over at NLOC finding something like that.
    That flew right by me,,,Your correct Justin...


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    i was told that this was a two pound lower and i am doing a conversion with a lightning supercharger and it is ported 8+2+2 would give me the 12 punds i want to not put too much stress on the stock engine



    A fair amount of us are running (Comfortably 14 - 16 #) several #'s more than that..I myself for one

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    stock NA 5.4 motor...2000 SCAB....

    doing this conversion for Deviant....

    that is not a stock lower...it is a 2lb lower, caged setup....missing the shaft bolt...threaded on both ends...one threads into the crank and the other into the pulley...

    Wiring harness, we will see what pans out after you get a new battery....but like I told ya....I think something is wrong with it....

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    Opp's Now your in trouble...
    Salsa, Bring out your Salsa.....

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    he already knows....LOL

    put it all on and a few parts remaining...been up there how many times Dev?

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    4 i believe lol. SORRY lol. Yeah i am trying to get that optima in time and then yeah it looks honestly like i just need that bolt that is threaded on both ends.


    BTW mike thinks that a flooded cylinder may be why it is not starting
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