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Old 11-25-2007, 09:11 PM   #1
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sanden 508 and 709 ?

are these two compressors the same housing size? same mountign holes and such?


also is the Sanden 7176 the same mounting as either the 508 or 709?

reason i ask is im going to buy a serpentine kit for my v8, i currrently have a york, i dont want to loose my edc so i will replace it with a much sleeker looking sanden and use that as my edc... the brackets im gonn use say they fit a Sanden 7176

so im wondering really if a 508 or a 709 will bolt in place.. (i cant find any polished 709's 508's i can however)... so i would really like to know if a 508 or 709 are the same as a 7176 mounting wise.....
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Old 11-25-2007, 09:54 PM   #2
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

They are different 5 series bolts from front to back 7 series bolts top to bottom.

Quote: Originally Posted by phatfarmer2
are these two compressors the same housing size? same mountign holes and such?


also is the Sanden 7176 the same mounting as either the 508 or 709?

reason i ask is im going to buy a serpentine kit for my v8, i currrently have a york, i dont want to loose my edc so i will replace it with a much sleeker looking sanden and use that as my edc... the brackets im gonn use say they fit a Sanden 7176

so im wondering really if a 508 or a 709 will bolt in place.. (i cant find any polished 709's 508's i can however)... so i would really like to know if a 508 or 709 are the same as a 7176 mounting wise.....
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

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They are different 5 series bolts from front to back 7 series bolts top to bottom.

so the mounting point are way different?
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

it depends on the model some have the same body and some are a little longer or shorter but the front and rear ears are all the same 5 or 7 cyl you have to check exactly what you have
http://www.sanden.com/lib/drawings/4627/body.html
http://www.sanden.com/lib/drawings/4509/body.html
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

Im in the same position with my V8 and serpentine kit, need to find a polished sanden to use as an EDC
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

Did anyone ever figure out what Sanden comp to use where a sanden 7176 would mount? I will be needing this info in the near future to mount an EDC on my v8 with serp kit.
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

No idea, I use the polished 508s
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Re: sanden 508 and 709 ?

no idea.. its been so long i forgot.. i went with a polished 508 however...
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