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    What are the sizes of the bolt & spacer for the Saturn alternator?

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    What are the sizes of the bolt & spacer for the Saturn alternator?
    You really don't want to use a spacer for the Saturn alternator. The alternator bolt size is 8MM x 5 inches, and but the hole in the stock bracket is 10MM. It's a sloppy fit, and if the spacer isn't exactly right, the belt will chirp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boglin View Post
    You really don't want to use a spacer for the Saturn alternator. The alternator bolt size is 8MM x 5 inches, and but the hole in the stock bracket is 10MM. It's a sloppy fit, and if the spacer isn't exactly right, the belt will chirp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boglin View Post
    You really don't want to use a spacer for the Saturn alternator. The alternator bolt size is 8MM x 5 inches, and but the hole in the stock bracket is 10MM. It's a sloppy fit, and if the spacer isn't exactly right, the belt will chirp.

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    What he said. I've got one of his brackets and it be blinging.

    You can do spacers if you must though. Either use a hand full of washers, putting on in at a time until you have a near perfect fit, or purchase a metal sleeve that fits over your bolt, and grind it down until its a near perfect fit.

    Spacers work, but they are a pain to install. Matt took care of that for us with his fancy smancy bracket.
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    I'm looking for a cross-reference for the upper water pump hose (DMC#102153)

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    Gates 21910 is not a practical replacement for the passenger side coolant hose. Diameter is too large. Fits the water pump but not the hard lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FABombjoy View Post
    Gates 21910 is not a practical replacement for the passenger side coolant hose. Diameter is too large. Fits the water pump but not the hard lines.

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    I thought that was the part I was using. Will check when I get home and remove from the parts list if number doesn't match what on my car. Thanks for the heads up.

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    The shape is close but seems you'd have to really cinch the clamp down hard to get it to seal. The ID is about .5" too large. Seems more like a field service repair than permanent solution.

    The Gates 2125 for the drivers side is a better fit although the ID at the thermostat housing is a bit small and takes some real effort to get it seated.
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