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Old 01-18-2013, 10:01 PM
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Power steering bracket problems swapping sbc to bbc in gbody

I'm trying to put a 454 into my gbody Malibu, what power steering brackets do I need to keep everything in line with a long water pump?

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Check with some of the aftermarket bracket companies, ZOOPS, Billet Specialties for a start.
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PS brackets from mid/late seventies big block p-up trucks.
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Power steering bracket problems swapping sbc to bbc in gbody

Checkout ebay here is some chrome brackets that will work. Alternator Brackets Big Block Chevy Long Water Pump BBC Bracket Set Chrome 2 PC | eBay
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It's my understanding that you need a big block pump reservoir to work with the big block brackets, or at least you used to.
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