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Old 05-06-2010, 07:28 AM
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Blown small block with power steering?

Hotrod guys always have the answers, thats why Im here!
I am putting a 6/71 on my small block 67 Camaro and with the kit you get a two groove v pulley for all your accessory belts, problem is I need three. My car originally had factory fitted a/c (but was removed before I got the car) which used the closest v, alternator comes next, then the outside one is power steer.
I thought I could get a kit to use a type 2 power steer pump and move it to the first groove thus taking some load off the crank, only needing two grooves. (1. power steer and 2. alternator) and looking a lot better too.
I have looked and cant find anything
HELP!!!!!!

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Old 05-06-2010, 09:14 PM
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Try Alan Grove products. He make brackets for about anything. No reason you can't use the back pulley. You may have to cut the spacers of the bracket kit however. I may put PS on my Willys and use the back pulley with a low mount right side PS mount.
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ZOOPS and others make adjustable mounting brackets, you can move the PS unit back and forth quite a bit.
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