All of our products are made-to-order. Please expect a 3-4 week minimum ship time to ship your order depending on finishes, parts, backorders, shipping delays, etc.
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Step 1: Finding the Right Pulley System
As you begin to look through the products, keep these questions in mind. Knowing the answers to these questions will help narrow down your selection.
- What kind of vehicle do you have?
- What kind of engine do you have?
- What accessories will you be running? (A/C, alternator, power steering)
- What type of waterpump do you have?
- What type of harmonic balancer do you have?
Step 2: Configure Your Pulley System
Once you know which kit you need, choose the custom options radio buttons on that kit's page to configure your pulley system.
There is Application Information on each page to help you with the different options and technical aspects of your selection, but, as always, if you have any questions or don't see what you are looking for, give use a call at 1-877-337-0688 and we will help you dial in your selection.
We are happy to help you realize the vision you have for your dream car.
Step 3: You are now ready to order
Enter a quantity, click the Add to Cart button, and proceed through the checkout process. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
Please Note: All kits are assembled to order. It generally takes 7-10 business days to assemble your system and 1 to 5 business days for delivery after you place an order, however, it could take longer depending on the availability of vendor supplied components and seasonal demand. We will try to inform you at the time of order if there may be a delay.
Step 4: Await Delivery
We use UPS to ship to all parts of the US and Canada and USPS for worldwide destinations.
Step 5: Install Your New Pulley Kit
Your kit will arrive with installation instructions. Feel free to call us if you have any follow up questions during your installation.