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Old 02-07-2020, 09:06 PM
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Press On Power Steering Pulley

Anyone know how much interference is needed on the pulley to press on to the pump shaft? I have a Saginaw Type II pump with reservoir that came with a serpentine pulley. I want to change the pulley to a double groove V-Belt set up.
The shaft dia. is 0.667, the double groove pulley is 0.625 with a key. I think 0.042 interference may be a little too tight to try and press on.

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You have the wrong pulley. They made press on pulleys almost since the beginning in the mid 60's The press on pulleys have about .001 to .002 press fit
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Enjenjo, who makes a double groove pulley for a type II pump? Press on with no key way?
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All of the 1980s Oldsmobiles with the 307 used a twin-groove press-on PS pulley.
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Thank You all for the feedback.
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the pulley is installed by drawing it on the shaft with a threaded tool, don't put the pump in a press
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