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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-05-2013, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Power Steering Pump brackets

So I am almost 100% sure that the power steering pump brackets on my car arent original.

And to make things worse, the pump pulley doesnt line up completely with the belts, it is about 5 degrees canted away from the plane of the belts

I would like original (reproduction) brackets for the pump, but will settle for something that works and lines up with the other pulleys

My car is a 65 327 SS with A/C and headers. I have the alternator on the driver side by the head, and the power steering pump on the driver side under the alternator.

I will post a picture when I get home of the current set up.

Thanks

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68 Firebird 400, YC 400, Hbeam rods, ported 670 heads (2.11i, 1.77e valves), 1.65 RRs, Torker 2 intake, Nodular Crank, Eaton Limited Slip, Richmond 3.55 gears, M-20 M4
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-12-2013, 08:45 AM
 
 
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Check with H&H, they usually have stuff like this when other places don't http://hhclassic.com
post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-12-2013, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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Check with H&H, they usually have stuff like this when other places don't http://hhclassic.com

Thanks, I will look at that in the future.

I actually got a set from a guy who changed them out when he switched water pumps

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68 Firebird 400, YC 400, Hbeam rods, ported 670 heads (2.11i, 1.77e valves), 1.65 RRs, Torker 2 intake, Nodular Crank, Eaton Limited Slip, Richmond 3.55 gears, M-20 M4
97 Trans Am WS6, LT1, M6, FLP LTs, Cutouts, Flowmaster catback, Jet Airfoil, K&N air filter, MSD Opti and Coil
65 Impala SS 327 Camelhump Heads, CompCams RR, 650 carb, M-20 M4, 12 bolt 3.73 gears
91 Cherokee 2 door. 4X4, NP 231 TC, AX15 M5
13 Veloster Turbo. Turbo I-4 M6
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-23-2013, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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so I got my brackets now.
The bracket that bolts in where the motor mount goes, does it mate directly to the block and then the motor mount go on top of the bracket?

I dont think I can get the bracket in on top of the motor mount as it has those metal safety things to hold the engine in just in case of the rubber coming apart

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68 Firebird 400, YC 400, Hbeam rods, ported 670 heads (2.11i, 1.77e valves), 1.65 RRs, Torker 2 intake, Nodular Crank, Eaton Limited Slip, Richmond 3.55 gears, M-20 M4
97 Trans Am WS6, LT1, M6, FLP LTs, Cutouts, Flowmaster catback, Jet Airfoil, K&N air filter, MSD Opti and Coil
65 Impala SS 327 Camelhump Heads, CompCams RR, 650 carb, M-20 M4, 12 bolt 3.73 gears
91 Cherokee 2 door. 4X4, NP 231 TC, AX15 M5
13 Veloster Turbo. Turbo I-4 M6
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-14-2014, 05:54 PM
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Brackets can be a real pain....I get mine new from Allen Grove.

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-15-2014, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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Brackets can be a real pain....I get mine new from Allen Grove.

Donnie
Yea for sure, I got lucky with mine. Classic industries has one of them listed, but not both

I'll post some "after" pictures when I get a chance

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68 Firebird 400, YC 400, Hbeam rods, ported 670 heads (2.11i, 1.77e valves), 1.65 RRs, Torker 2 intake, Nodular Crank, Eaton Limited Slip, Richmond 3.55 gears, M-20 M4
97 Trans Am WS6, LT1, M6, FLP LTs, Cutouts, Flowmaster catback, Jet Airfoil, K&N air filter, MSD Opti and Coil
65 Impala SS 327 Camelhump Heads, CompCams RR, 650 carb, M-20 M4, 12 bolt 3.73 gears
91 Cherokee 2 door. 4X4, NP 231 TC, AX15 M5
13 Veloster Turbo. Turbo I-4 M6
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