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PB II
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posted February 04, 2002 01:43 PM
I have a chevy 350 (casting 0010) and I found a power steering mounting bracket off an '86 chevy van. I have a long water pump and am using deep V groove pulleys on the crank and water pump. Where can I get an inexpensive deep V groove pulley for a power steering pump. Currently I have a pump that has the press on style pulley. One other thing I may have over looked, is the 86 chevy van power steering mount designed for a long or short water pump?


redneck bubbas racing
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posted February 04, 2002 08:34 PM
To the best of my knowledge nobody makes a pulley for it. I am sure that you can find a billet style in a street rod catalog. The 86 van will have a long water pump. It should also bolt to the block only. The van pumps are nice because you can use early model heads without ac. holes in them.


racer17j
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posted February 05, 2002 01:17 AM
you shouldn't need a deep pulley just make sure you're lined up as true as posible and you should be alright with the stock one thats all i ever use haven't thrown a belt yet


PB II
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posted February 05, 2002 09:15 AM
Thank you for the help


Flatlander
Member
posted February 06, 2002 04:02 PM
Just a note don't overtighten the belt I always leave about 1/4" slack in mine


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