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Old 03-16-2010, 04:18 PM
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where can i buy new p/s pump brackets for an 1980-1985 350

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You probably can't buy new ones, but wrecking yards should be full of them. If you have a camera, take some pics before you pull them off so you won't forget how they go. 305 stuff should be the same.
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I got a complete set. A/C. power steering. water pump and crank pulleys.alternator brackets too all off of ebay for like 175 bucks.
I have had pretty good luck using ebay.
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Junkyard shopping

x2 for Junkyard shopping.

I just got a complete serpentine system including wp/psp/alt for $60. I had the V-belt system but it was a bit bastardized by the previous owner when headers were added, actually not just the V-belts.
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Awesome buy for 60 bucks. Wish I could of gotten a serpentine set up, but its harder to find one for a big block chevy.
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May be a good deal but I spend more money every time I go there, lots more than if I just stayed home. A GM serpentine system is not rare, there are lots on 4.3, 5.0, 5,7L late 80's - 90's in the junkyard( auto-recycler, their so green), lots on dead minivans so they shouldn't be charging much. Just make sure you getting everything at once, it costs the same. It kills me to see the gouging prices of them on Summit, Jegs but I guess they are nicer looking. If they are any "better" I will never know it because they are outta my $ bracket.

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