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Air conditioning in a 64.5

Hi guys.
I am installing the factory type air conditioning in my 64.5 with a 260 and generator.
The unit has the Sanden style compressor.

My question is,
Do I need an idler pulley for the compressor like the 65 66 cars with alternators?
I have seen pictures with and without pulleys.

If I need a pulley, is it the adjustable one or the fixed one.
Pics would be awesome too.
Thanks


15/5/1964 260 Manual Coupe.
23/3/1965 289 Manual Fastback.
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Was there a response to this ref pulley type?

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Was there a response to this ref pulley type?
There was no response but I did find an original pulley that is nothing like the 65 pulleys.
I don't really want to drill holes in the car so my mindset is now to install the AC in my 65.

15/5/1964 260 Manual Coupe.
23/3/1965 289 Manual Fastback.
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I wouldn't worry about drilling holes, any hole that can be drilled cut or punched out can also be welded back up. I have welded a lot of holes people have left in odd places in cars I have restored.
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