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What can I remove from this image? And how would I route all of the hoses?




Also, since I already swapped out for an electric fan and want to get rid of the air pump.... wont I only need a pulley connecting the engine to the alternator?




I've tried reading the forums, but it's hard to understand the way things are written for me... sadly I need pictures.


Or maybe a ghetto fashioned sketch or what things are haha.

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Oh shoot, forgot about that....  :blush:

Well then.... If I remove the air pump, do I just cap all of the places it attached too?

And for the EGR, do I remove only the EGR and put a plate there? Or can I remove the pipe that leads all the way to the engine and just replace it with a bolt?

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I assume this is an attempt to 'simplify' or 'clean up the looks' because it's a lot of work and risk of doing something wrong for no performance gain. It's so much easier to just remove the belt and leave it alone, in fact that's just what I did with my new '76 B-210

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