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


  1. I have a 1969 Mustang with a 1972 351C, air conditioning on the right and power steering on left. Do you make a kit in this configuration or would I have to change their positions?

    • Hi Damian,

      Sorry, but our only offering is with the AC on the passenger side. Most of these cars didn’t have AC, and all the aftermarket AC kits locate the hoses on the passenger side. Our preference is not to run AC hoses across the engine.

      Thank you,



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