Of course my installation wasn't complete, but I calculated that moving the entire assembly across toward the driver side of the car, but ensuring it remained in line with the original Chevy bracket, would provide sufficient clearance for the A/C unit and still retain the factory geometry. I was able to use the lefthand hole in the stock bracket for the righthand mounting bolt on the motor bracket, and would then fabricate another bracket to mount the lefthand side. This meant the motor would move across by precisely the distance between its mounting holes, which measured 5 7/8 inches. Therefore, I had to remove this amount from the driver side actuating arm and lengthen the other by a similar amount. Got that?