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Old 12-08-2009, 12:41 PM
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Anybody have any pictures of a FJ60 2F? Specifically I'm looking for the location/bracketry where the air conditioning compressor is mounted. Any special holes drilled in the block, or where do the brackets mount? Thanks.
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Anybody have any pictures of a FJ60 2F? Specifically I'm looking for the location/bracketry where the air conditioning compressor is mounted. Any special holes drilled in the block, or where do the brackets mount? Thanks.
I don't have any pics, but I can take a look and post back later.

Are you trying to ID an FJ60 2F block? If so, can you look up the engine number?
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Old 12-08-2009, 12:57 PM
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I think the AC stuff bolts to the engine mount bracket that bolts to the block - so no extra holes in the block.
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I'm considering using a NipponDenso compressor rather than my Sanden idea for OBA. The question is whether I would have to do anything other than use factory bracketry to mount it up to my '77 2F. I guess I might have to get a different engine mount bracket if what Bruce says is true, I'm assuming it would still bolt the same way to my block and to the frame but would have to look into that...

...the only other question is whether it would intefere with a dual battery box on that side of the engine bay, since I would like to leave room for a potential future dual battery upgrade...
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Old 12-08-2009, 01:23 PM
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well i just realized another issue will be the radiator hoses - not sure I want to deal with that. we'll see.
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the 2f in the 40 has a neat spot for a compressor... slightly above teh alternator and closer to the block. It uses the alternator bracket. I'll try and snap a pic sometime this week.
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anybody Have Any Pictures Of A Fj60 2f? Specifically I'm Looking For The Location/bracketry Where The Air Conditioning Compressor Is Mounted. Any Special Holes Drilled In The Block, Or Where Do The Brackets Mount? Thanks.
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there ya go, that's just what the bracket on my 40 looks like..
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wow, that's different than I suspected...hm wheels are turning...thanks Jeff!
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Jeff, is that a 40 or a 60 motor? I thought my 60s had the alternator on top and the AC comp on the bottom. Does that bracket common bracket botl to the block or is it the engine mount bracket?
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