Four pulley systems for Ford Cleveland 351

Four pulley systems for Ford Cleveland 351

Written by Moore Good Ink

 

Cumming, GA: Concept One, a leader in engine accessory drive systems from Cumming, Georgia, has extended its pulley systems to include a new, compact and stylish line for the venerable Ford Cleveland 351.

 

Providing a choice of four systems for the Cleveland, they range from a basic alternator-only pulley kit up to a full-option solution with alternator, air conditioning compressor and power steering mechanism.  These kits comprise all associated pulleys and brackets, belts, and chrome hardware.  In addition, a polished compressor and alternator and an aluminum power-steering pump are supplied together with Concept One’s exclusive power-steering reservoir to complete the package.

 

Made of 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum, Concept One offers two new options to complement their machined and polished finishes: clear anodized and black anodized. Added to introduce a sleek, high-tech look to the engine compartment, they are attractive, practical, and low-maintenance alternatives to paints or other coatings.

 

What distinguishes Concept One in the pulley business is their approach. They keep things simple: running twin belts with the standard rotation water pump on this Cleveland kit, for example, eliminates the expense and unnecessary bulkiness of extra parts. They also place a major emphasis on customer service and quality. Their guarantee remains unchanged: these parts will fit—no shimming or grinding—they will align perfectly every time.  The four kits are now available. Prices start at $725.00 with full-option kits starting at $1,695.00.

 

  

For further information contact:

Concept One

6320 Highway 400 North,

Cumming, GA 30028

Telephone (770) 889-5900 or visit www.c1pulleys.com


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