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Old 01-01-2013, 11:41 AM
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Electric power steering pump

Can anyone please tell me if you can put electric power steering pump on a mustang2 rack? I am putting a custom car together (32 Ford) Thanks.

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I saw my first electric power steering pump the other day at work on an 09' Mazda 3. I don't know what kind of pumps they have in the aftermarket but holy cow that sucker was big and clumsy it would look like crap crammed somewhere into a 32 Ford. Just doing a quick google search it looks like they are all pretty big. I am picturing trying to find a place on a Duece to put it and can't for the life of me think of anything where.

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Yes I realize theres absolutely NO room under the hood, but we are putting it in the back! Thanks for looking into it for me.
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Yes I realize theres absolutely NO room under the hood, but we are putting it in the back! Thanks for looking into it for me.
Post some photos, I want to learn too.

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I will asap.
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