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03-04-2010 06:07 PM
Originally Posted by fast68
ok so brackets are unique to that engine hmm
Actually, the PS brackets on any 1968-1990 RWD Olds V-8 are the same. There are two spacers between the bracket and block that you need as well.
03-04-2010 05:55 PM
fast68 ok so brackets are unique to that engine hmm

good to keep for the lower mileage pump anyways..

02-26-2010 03:16 PM
joe_padavano The Saginaw pumps with integral reservoir are pretty much interchangeable. You will need to get the Olds brackets, since the V-6 brackets are completely different. The pulley needs to come off to change the front bracket, and you may need to change it for the Olds motor anyway.
02-26-2010 11:15 AM
olds buick 231 p/s pump onto an olds v-8?

ive got a low miles p/s pump setup from a 1985 cutlass 231 car i stripped and junked.

will it fit any v-8 engines?

or is it scrap metal?


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