Small Block Chevy Power Steering Pump Bracket
Steel, Zinc Plated, Short Water Pump Style, Driver Side Mounting Side
- This power steering pump bracket mounts a stock style GM pump to a small block Chevy engine block
- Designed to work with a 1970 to 1982 GM power steering pump that has a threaded pulley shaft
- Must be used with short style water pump for proper pulley alignment
- Mounts on lower left side of block which provides a clean look inside your engine bay
- Premium steel construction and zinc plated for corrosion resistance
This power steering pump bracket mounts a stock-style GM pump to a S/B Chevy block. Must be used with a short style water pump. Mounts on the lower left side. Bracket is zinc plated with threaded shaft. Designed to work with a '70-'82 GM pump that has a threaded pulley shaft, not a press-on style.
Works with bolt-on or press-on pulleys with a mount spacing of 3.75". Due to the variety of pulley configurations, it is likely that you will have to space the pump/bracket for belt alignment.
Note: This will NOT work when used on early 1970's Chevelle/Camaro chassis with a steering box or a 55-57 Chevy Bel air using the original front motor mount.
NotesThe block mount bolt holes are 1.625". We carry pump 91032908-BLK/CHR which will work in conjunction with this bracket. This type pump was typical of those used on '70-'77 mid-sized GM cars.
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