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Will a Saginaw pump mount up on a 72 sbc if either change the block to a serpentine configuration or change the pulley on the pump to a v-belt style pulley? Rebuilding an 88 chevy truck with a 72 350 and was wondering if I could use the saginaw pump that came in the 88(without alot of fab work) cause it is still in good shape.

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You can use a v-belt pulley on the 88 pump but it has to be for the press on style pulley. I do not know if it will line up as your 72 should have the short water pump and the 88 is the long style. The pressure outlet on the back will have to be used from the 72 so your hoses will work.
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Would it be simpler to use a pump for the 72? How will that affect the stock steering box on the 88? Thanks for the great info by the way.

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