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Old 10-15-2012, 08:16 PM
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long shaft PS Pump Vs short shaft

Hi all,
Need a little help here. I'm putting in a sbc enging with a short Wp. Now my PS pump pully is for a Long Wp. setup. So my pullies don't line up. Now, do I need a double pully on the PS pump or do they make a "Short shaft" PS pump for a short WP block?

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You use the same pump, with short pump brackets. A pulley change may be needed.
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PS pump on short WP

Thanks for the reply,
Yes, I did get the short WP bracket for the PS pump, but I'm not seeing any pully that will line up with my crank pully. That's why I was thinking about the double pully and check it's line up measurements.
Any thoughts?
Bruce L.
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There are a ton of different pulleys out there. I wouls check with the source for the short bracket you have, and see what the GM part number is for the correct pulley. There are several short pump brackets, so without knowing what the bracket is, there is no way to know which is the correct pulley. The same basic pump has been used from 64 to the present, in GM, Ford, and Mopar applications. The only difference in mounting for the pulley, some are keyed, and held on with a nut, and more commonly, they are just pressed on.
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Thanks enjenjo,
I'll dig into the pully side of things. You see it's a blower engine so the crank pully is tight to the Harm Bal.
Bruce L.
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