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Old 03-01-2012, 12:50 PM
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Early Chrysler hemi power steering bracket

Does anyone have a PAW early hemi power steering pump bracket, HEM-5410; for sale or if not a tracing so I can fab one myself? PAW doesn't make them anymore and I want to place the PS pump low down on the driver's side and be able to regulate the tension

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Don't have one but here's a pic of one I made for the GM unit I put on my truck. Just took a little 3 /16" plate and some minor welding. It runs off the belt that runs the alternator and that's where the adjustment is for tension.



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Thanks for the pic-Where is your alternator? Do you have plates on both sides of the pump (difficult to see near the engine) Could you make a slot instead of a hole to obtain tension if I can't use the alternator.( I have the Hot Heads bracket for the alternator that puts it low down on the passenger side
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I made my own mount for the AC and I think it was a Hotheads mount for the alternator and then used a rod between them for tension adjustment.





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