GM High-Flow Lightweight Aluminum Power Steering Pump w/ Reservoir
Universal Fit, Type 2 Power Steering Pump Style, Natural, Aluminum Power Steering Pump Material
- Features a lightweight aluminum construction
- Available in either Ford (low flow) or GM (high flow) settings
- The GM style has a AN 6 Male pressure outlet and a AN 6 Male return inlet
- Ford style has a 16mm-1.5 female pressure outlet and a 3/8" Hose barb return inlet
- These are commonly used with Mustang II and 82-88 T-Bird power steering rack and pinions
We offer these brand new lightweight aluminum power steering pumps with a reservoir. Available in either Ford (low flow) or GM (high flow) settings. Commonly used with Mustang II and 82-88 T-Bird power steering rack and pinions.
- Ford - low flow approximately 820-870 p.s.i. @ 2 GPM
- GM - high flow approximately 1000-1200 p.s.i. @ 3 GPM
* AN 6 Male pressure outlet
* AN 6 Male return inlet
* 16mm-1.5 female pressure outlet (suggest fitting # 617-4806 or 617-4830)
* 3/8" Hose barb return inlet
Use this Polished V-Belt Pulley sold separately.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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