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Spectre 17985 Power Steering Pump Cap, Pol Alum, Saginaw Pumps, Each
Spectre 17985 Power Steering Pump Cap, Pol Alum, Saginaw Pumps, Each

Spectre 17985 Power Steering Pump Cap, Pol Alum, Saginaw Pumps, Each

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This Spectre triple chrome-plated power steering dipstick replaces any factory General Motors Saginaw type power steering pump dipstick. Features the Spectre “O-ring” style outer edge design.

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  • Nice graphic courtesy of Bills Hot Rod Company about which of thier Power Steering brackets will work with which water pumps, on both small block and big block Chevy engines.
  • Learn about rack and pinion steering and the benefits to this specific system. This type of steering design uses a set of gears to convert rotational motion into linear motion. Find out more on the differences between manual vs. powered styles.
  • In this Tech Tip, a customer asked about the correct parts needed to set up the power steering system on his 1955 BelAir.

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