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Old 07-18-2003, 08:30 AM
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type 11 GM power steering pump

could anyone tell me what vehicle uses a GM type11 power steering pump as i believe they are much smaller in size. I want to install a pump in my '37 chevy street rod and i am short of space,I can only run 1 "vee" belt due to blower pulley taking up most the available space

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I am not sure about the type 11 box but..... The Mullins billet steering box is a very compact nice unit and can even be had with a remote power steering reservoir........

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I went to the local boneyard & here are at least 3 to choose from. (1) late model V6 GM front wheel drive, (like the one in the wifes 92 park ave.) its small, has a remote fill , but its on a billet type bracket.
(2) Geo or Chevy Tracker, similar above BUT its on a steel bracket
(3) ford Probe, they also use a small p/s pump w/remote fill also & its mounted on a steel bracket. which means you should beable to refab it to make it work.....joe
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