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Old 06-26-2009, 08:53 PM
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Anyone have any idea of what pump this is ? It's on my 37 chevy small block build. Someone told me maybe saginaw ? Also, looking for opinion, what's best junkyard steering column (year and model) to look for - easy swap I hope, I have floor manual shift, would like a tilt and prefer gm for wiring hook up.. Thanks
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Look it over for a stylized "S" on it somewhere. But it definitely resembles a Saginaw.

You pretty much answered your own question regarding the column. Check out any of the A, B, G, F, H or rear drive X body cars. Others including pick ups and vans might work as well, it depends on what size you are looking for.

Steering wheels can be swapped between many of the GM lines. Look for the ignition switch and neutral switch to be column mounted to save the trouble of wiring them separately, and grab the loom while you're at it. Try to find a column w/the keys included.
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