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Old 10-24-2004, 01:53 PM
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I am installing power steering on a 70 blazer 4x4. Iam stuck on which brackets to use to mount the pump to the engine,(350). would like a diagram, picture, or web site that has these. also where to buy the correct brackets. email at namdlo@fidnet.com. Thanks

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Old 10-24-2004, 03:31 PM
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I hope this isn't against Board rules. I am in now way making money from this. I just work as a fabricator in the shop. BUT.... We sell brackets from plain steel to billet alum. You can call Wayne @ Carolina Rod Shop 864-269-6813 or search the site at www.carolinarodshop.com
Sorry I didn't E mail this but other people could possibly use this info...Not to mention that you shouldn't post your E mail cause spam bots can find it easily and then you start getting spam E mails. Sorry to drift off the subject but thought you ought to know that.
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Check out this post.

http://forum.socalbigdawgs.com/viewtopic.php?t=4782

I have other pics if you want some of the other part of the mount. The pulley I used was a GM#14023173. I think it is for a 74 chevy truck. It is a double grove pulley and one of them lines up. This was so I could get rid of the keyway pump and use a newer external res. pump with a press on pulley. My truck is lifted so this will make it alot easier to fill it up.
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