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Old 04-07-2010, 07:04 PM
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s10 v8 converison

What is the best way to mount the ps pump on a 283?

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no room

The gear box is in the way of using that setup.......
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check the bone yard

Gm has used a lot of different brackets over the years. I remember the V 8 Monza had different brackets we used one time. cars, trucks, vans different years and option packages. I remember looking at a lot of brackets until if found one for the 350 in the jeep.
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Try www.alangrovecomponents.com They make steel brackets for circle track and street rod use.
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ive seen a few made in a shop. but my buddy is a dang good fab man. somethin to think about.its only metal.
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s 10 v8

I ordered the information from a company, I don't remember which one, when I did the 5.0 into the small ranger pickup. the company also sent me the information about doing the S 10 swap. S 10's are a lot easier than rangers. they sold all the pieces and wiring harness to make it a bolt in swap.
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I used a Zoops adjustable bracket on my 86 S10. It mounts low on the engine and cleared the steering box. It mounts off the water pump and to the block. I am running a long water pump and a v-belt setup with this bracket. Been on there a few years now and has worked great. Not sure if it will work for your setup. But it worked on mine.
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