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Old 06-03-2010, 08:39 PM
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Is the power steering pump pulley for a short and long water pump the same on a small block chevy?

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Is the power steering pump pulley for a short and long water pump the same on a small block chevy?
I am almost %100 that there is a difference in the two, And i know that there is a difference in the brackets on the power steering pump. I do know without a doubt there is a difference in the water pump and the crank pulleys for a short and long pump though. JMO But i don't run power steering.


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Found an interesting pic comparing early/late model P/S pumps. Can't say if the pulleys are the same...they look identical with maybe a slight difference. Can't tell if the shaft diameters are the same though.

http://www.chevyhiperformance.com/te.../photo_06.html

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The P.S. pump is on a different pulley on most cars.
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