I have the feeling I should be posing next to this with a weapon in my hand.
Or a 6' breaker bar.
You won't have to worry about me... I like my RTO6610 just fine.
Hmmm.... So from your pics I'd guess you have an OBS. Correct, 1995 F-350 CCLB Dually 4x4 ZF6 E-fuel Air ride
It looks like you have added a few items from the 99 and on engine as I see the oil fill cap. The oil fill riser just screws on the valve cover in place of the oil cap.
Looks like you have also gotten rid of the EBP valve. Yes, it has the deleted pedestal and outlet.
So I have to ask... were did you stuff the alternator in? Down below its original mount? It's mounted down below where the dual alt motors would have their secondary mounted.
Do you have any pictures of the bracket you made for the York? Or for the alternator. The York mount is simply a 1/4" plate with 2 sets of holes. One set matches the side of the York, the other matches the bolt pattern of the factory 99+ ac compressor. It bolts flat to the York and has 3/8" spacers on the motor side to give clearance for the bolts heads.
The hardest part is getting the belt to fit, since the longest 8 rib produced is for the dual alt 7.3 (Dayco #5081373). The drivers side acc. bracket is the factory 95 mount with the vacuum pump removed. Water pump pulley was swapped to the 99+ version which is ~3/8" smaller diameter(Dorman #300-941). The passenger side acc. bracket is the 99+ mount (99+ tensioner) with the dual alt bracket below it. Also the idler pulley by the hpop reservoir as well as the one on the dual alt bracket are 90mm. They need to be switched out with 76mm pulleys which are factory replacements for the tensioner (Dayco #89016).
I think the tank I have at the moment is a 2.5 gallon. I be curious to know the specs on your tank as well. The air tank is off of an old Peterbilt, about 10 gal, mounted on the drivers side frame. I used to fill it with a Viair compressor until it wore out after about 1 year.