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1986 2.9 alternator bracket

just put new head gaskets in a 1986 2.9 liter. in the process i dis attached the alternator bracket from the block. this was a few weeks ago. got everything put back together last night but cant seem to figure out how the brackets go back on. i have two peices, an aluminum bigger piece and a small rectangular steel piece, and a bigger bracket still attached to the alternator. i cant for the life of me figure how the go back together. if anyone has a ranger around this year could you take a picture of the alternator were it attaches to the block? it would be a great help.

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