KRC 59020010 Cast Iron SBC Pump Kit Serpentine Head Mount Remote Tank
The KRC Cast Iron Steering Pump Kits are new, not rebuilt, and are designed for racing or street use. Designed for small block Chevy engines, these kits have all matched components and are meant for pulleys with a 4.2" serpentine configuration and a cylinder head mount bracket. Cast iron pumps have a maximum pump speed of 5,500 RPM. Features -10 AN inlet and -6 AN outlet fittings.
These kits include:
- KRC Cast Iron Steering Pump
- KRC Deluxe Mouting Brackets
- KRC Spacer Kit
- KRC Power Steering Reservoir Tank
- Complete installation instructions
Cast Iron Pump Tech (PDF)
466-59020H Instructions (PDF)
Serpentine Pulley Offset (PDF)
New Pump Tips (PDF)
Consider purchasing one of our KRC Flow Valves!
- This product is discontinued.
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