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I just finished dropping in my rebuilt engine and transmission/transfer case in my '93, 4.3L, 4wd pickup. I have the two braces shown that I can't remember where they went. The short one is about 9" and the longer one 19".

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I'm guessing one of them is a starter brace.

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The short one might be an A/C compressor brace.
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Thanks for the suggestions, guys.
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The short one might be an A/C compressor brace.
thats what I was thinking
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The short one goes from the back of the compressor bracket, back to the threaded boss on the passenger side of the front of the upper intake.

The long one goes from a spot on the AC Compressor/Tensioner bracket behind the belt tensioner and goes down to the upper water pump stud/bolt on the driver's side.

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The short one goes from the back of the compressor bracket, back to the threaded boss on the passenger side of the front of the upper intake.

The long one goes from a spot on the AC Compressor/Tensioner bracket behind the belt tensioner and goes down to the upper water pump stud/bolt on the driver's side.
In engineering circles I believe that is referred to as a Bandaid, an add on to fix a design flaw. Or another way to build it cheaper.
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