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Old 03-03-2013, 10:12 PM
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Power steering pump and brackets

Okay so I'm stuck at the moment trying to figure out how to mount my power steering as I haven't been able to find the stock brackets in any junkyard and don't know how to tell the difference between pumps to know what kind of aftermarket kit I could buy as a replacement. Anyone able to help me?

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Old 03-03-2013, 11:10 PM
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It's a 350 block casting number 3970010 and the power steering is driver side. The engine is going in a 1981 camaro
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Stock pump? Short or long water pump? What accesories are you running? Need more info but, if you have all of that you should be able to plug it into a search on Summit or Jegs and get a few hits.
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Long pump and yeah just planning on running a stock pump
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there are hundreds of ps pump brackets made by gm, trying to find one in a junk yard that fits your application can be frustrating
one thing to remember is that all gm ps pumps are the same. not really but gm used the same pump mounts from the 60s on up, they may still use the same pump today.
i made all my accessory drive brackets, the ps pump bracket has some plate and tube, it cost me roughly $5 to make







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