This mount will place the alternator in exactly the same spot as J10Mike's. Might be a tad bit higher. Not sure if you'll need a different length belt. You'll need to measure that when it's all together. One thing you'll need to think on when you get that alternator is wiring. 160 amp is pretty much common for those and that's a heck of a lot more than the OEM 65 amp. Also, you have 2 methods to hook up the alternator. You can run it 1 wire or 3 wire. Lots of arguments as to which is better. Most seem to lean toward the 3 wire setup. That will require a little pig tail plug you can get at most any auto parts store plus some fusible links. Protection is mandatory when dealing with high amp alternators.These alternators normally have a terminal on the back to feed an indicator lamp on the dash. Be advised. If that lamp burns out the alternator will not turn on. Doesn't happen often but the dash lamp in my F250 went out after about 25 years. The alternator shop finally figured out the problem. Took it to the Ford dealer. $3 light bulb and $100 labor. You probably need to think on a heavier gauge charge wire and fusible link. Some guys replace the fusible link with a fuse but they don't have the same value. Probably would need a 200 amp fuse on a 160 amp alternator.