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Help Identifying Power steering pump

Could you guys please take a look at the pics and let me know what type of PSP I should be searching or asking for, I can find lots of pumps out there but no real joy finding my exact one, it's on a 454 and has the remote reservoir...found this on Ebay from CPP, but then they describe it as a reservoir, odd as it looks just like my pump and nothing like my reservoir.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1969-...Q5fAccessories

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It's a standard GM pump, just the cover is different. You see that style on big block motorhomes. You can take most any GM pump, and put that cover on it.
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It is the reservoir for the pump. It is also referred to as the "can" for the pump. It looks very correct if the one in the E Bay photo is of the one you will recieve. If you look a little closer you will see the large tube sticking from the top of the can, for a remote reservoir.The remote has a hose that drops down and clamps on to the bigger tube of the "can" (or reservoir) . essentially yours has 2 reservoirs.One contains the pump and the remote for easy access for maintenance .
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It is the reservoir for the pump. It is also referred to as the "can" for the pump. It looks very correct if the one in the E Bay photo is of the one you will recieve. If you look a little closer you will see the large tube sticking from the top of the can, for a remote reservoir.The remote has a hose that drops down and clamps on to the bigger tube of the "can" (or reservoir) . essentially yours has 2 reservoirs.One contains the pump and the remote for easy access for maintenance .
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I didn't realise that it was a pump & reservoir combined, but why can't I find my exact pump if it's a standard GM model as enjenjo says?
Appart from the Ebay one this is about as close as I can find...
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AAZ-20-7923/?rtype=10
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The actual pump part inside is the same , pulleys are different, cans are different for each application. You pumps can has a hose for a remote reservoir.
The canister you are looking at has no pump in it. You will need to pull it apart and put the pump part in the new canister.
The cardone unit from summit(that you posted ) looks correct, but you will still need to pull and re install the pulley.
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this is the pump you need http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinfo.php?pk=1787196
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Thanks for your help guys...it's really appreciated.
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