That is looking good Greg.
Can I make a suggestion ... ?
Having had some experience in using a power steering pump to power hydraulics on a garden tractor, I would recommend that you put a double pulley on the engine crankshaft so you can run both belts on the pump.
Make your setup so you can run one belt between the crank and the pump with the pump rotating out to tighten that belt.
Then run the other belt over the crank, pump and alternator with the alternator rotating out to tighten that belt.
Yes Ray you are very welcome to make suggestions when you see it necessary. If I lived closer I would probably bug you for your suggestions, opinion (and help), in person, way, way too much . I assume you had issues with the single belt slipping? I did bring home a belt today and have about 120 degrees of contact on all three pulleys. The drive pulley is a weld on hub type, not welded together yet. How easy would it be to find a 6 inch double with a 1 inch bore or with a weld in pulley to fit my hub(1 5/8 inch I think)? The one on the PS pump is fairly narrow in width. I Can search ebay of course but didnt know if you had another recommendation. It would take a little bit of reworking of my mount but if I can get a double within budget (read CHEAP ), I will follow your suggestion. I figure I have a few more months left before I will be able to use it anyway, so not in a big hurry. Wanted to get things mounted up so I can start on the plumbing and electrical.
Thanks to all!!