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k5 blazer/conventional fisher plow ?

Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by rell40, Dec 2, 2014.

  1. rell40

    rell40 Junior Member
    from ny
    Messages: 2

    I have a 87 k5 blazer with A/C, bought a conventional fisher plow (came off 86 chevy 1500), installed and its all mounting to frame. the pump looks like I can install it to the A/C compressor...is that correct? and would I remove smog belt to connect it to?

    Mark
     
  2. snowymassbowtie

    snowymassbowtie Member
    Messages: 75

    Plow pump is mounted on the drivers side above p/s pump. It bolts to the exh.manifold and the front of
    of the motor using brackets. Theres a pulley Fisher makes that you add to the crankshaft of the motor. The valve body should fit on the drivers side inner fender. That truck should plow nice.
     
  3. rell40

    rell40 Junior Member
    from ny
    Messages: 2

    I will assume that the pump/pulley will bolt onto the top of the A/C pump and I need to get which ever size belt to attach.
     
  4. dieselss

    dieselss PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,005

    Theres a pulley Fisher makes that you add to the crankshaft of the motor.

    That?
     
  5. snowymassbowtie

    snowymassbowtie Member
    Messages: 75

    Its been along time since I owned my 87 blazer. The pump either sits above or to the side of the a/c compressor, I dont remember. If you talk to a Fisher dealer they can probably tell you what you need for a belt as well where the pump sits. The pulley dieselss is refering to is the one I mentioned,theres 3 bolts that hold the lower pulley to the crankshaft/harmonic balancer. You will need to remove them and use the 3 longer bolts you should get with that pulley.