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Old 02-25-2008, 10:07 PM
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Power steering pump bracket problem

I have a 1992 Chevy s-10 with a 1974 350 in it and I was wondering where I can get a power steering pump bracket at. When I get to about 2500rpm it will kick the belt off. Any adivse you guys could give me would be great.

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Hit the junk yards or the dealer.
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Check ebay, I bought power steering bracket with the pump for $30 from B&M Engine supply in conroe texas. Or you can call toll free 877-844-9832, Danny is the guy i talked to and he looked in some parts book and told me the ones i needed for my project. If the moderator dont let this stay email or pm me and i will send you the info i have. The brackets I got were clean and looked almost new and the shipping was 3 days from the call but i live in Okla.
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not sure if you gave any thought to the alignment, but I would start there. It goes south @ 2500, makes me think you ought to look at the pully alignment a different bracket might solve it but a few spacers and a good eyeball will more then likely answer or correct your belt rejection @ 2500 rpms
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