Ok this was suppose to be an easy swap. I removed the power steering pump on my stock 79K5 and went down to the local Checker and got a new pump. Bracket's didn't line up So I went back w/ the mounting bracket and looked at a few other, none fit. I then went to autozone and found the same thing. All of the pumps had the same mounting holes for the bracket but it was rotated in the resevoir about 20 degrees and the bracket would hit. By then Napa was closed so I went there this morning and found a pump from an 80 454 that fit perfectly like the old one. I went to bolt it back on the truck and now the pulley is at a different angle then the other motor pulleys. It is angled in towards the top of the valve cover too much. I think during all the parts trip I could have lost a spacer. There are 3 engine mounting bolts on my bracket. One top bolt that has no adjustment and mounts to the heads. The lower two (one on each side) are sloted to allow tentioning. If I only used the bottom adjuster holes the pulley would seem to be in relation to the others. So I think there is suppose to be a spacer behind the top mounting hole. Could someone look at there top mounting bolt and tell me if there is a tubular spacer or the such behind that top mounting ear. Thanks. I don't understand why my pump is different from all others the parts stores had listed. It was a stock pump and the only difference between my none hydro and the hydro seemed to be a second return line. I do not have my old pump at the moment since I returned it for core charge but the pulley seems to be in the exact same relationship to the mounting bracket as it was on the old one. I remember looking it over when I removed the pulley. This leads me to believe it is in the mounting bracket that I am having problems with. It is near 1/2 inch off by my eyeball measurements. On hindsight one of my employees helped with the teardown on this vehicle and he removed all the ac at that time. I think he removed the bracket for the ac that might have also been installed behind this bolt point. That could have also put the old pump at a slight misalignment and lead to the super leaking pump. I think I can mount it up to the lower two brackets and the check allignment of pulleys to make a new upper spacer.