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ASAP*Need pic of Powersteering pump installed

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by socal chevy, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. socal chevy

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    As the title says, i need a pic of a power steering pump installed. I need pics of the brackets and/spacer, etc that bolt the pump up.. Thanks! Im in the process of installing my motor and Im stuck!! help! im installing a 350 into my 84 k10.
     
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    i dont have any pix, but u might want to say what kind of motor your installing.
     
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    Sorry my engine is in pieces and it seems I forgot about taking pictures of the power steering pump brackets :doah: guess I'll have to figure it out also. This is the best I can do to kinda give you an idea. 88 tbi350


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    I believe it bolts onto those 2 bottom holes somehow. :confused:
     
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    thats pretty much what I got too. good luck.... any one else got pics??
     
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    I will post pics later on today.
    Thanks
    Adam
     
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    appreciated greatly ;)
     
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    Hang on I got some for ya.
     
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    Here, let me know if you need a different angle or something.
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    What's with the radiator hose on the p/s pump??
     
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    It makes it easier to fill if the AC compressor is on there and it adds volume to the system for running Hydro assist. Basically accomplishes the same thing as adding a remote resivouir.

    Ira
     
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    Just more of a reservoir for extra PS fluid. It helps when running hydraulic ram on the front
     
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    yep its for ym hydro assist. Adds volume so the pump doesnt run dry.
     
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    Thanks for the pics man!... Yeah if you could get me a pic of the left side (passenger side) of the steering pump where its bolted to the motor.... I basically know how it goes on, but cant figure out what brackets, and bolts to use. So If you could take some more pics of the brackets and bolts that are used to bolt it to the motor... That would be sweeet


    Thanks in advance :saweet:
     

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