Tuff Stuff 6174A Saginaw Style Power Steering Pump, 5/8 Inch
Universal Fit, Saginaw Power Steering Pump Style, Chrome
- Features a 5/8 in. keyed shaft and 3/8"-16 mounting holes
- The pumps are 1200 PSI rated to work with most gearbox systems
- Comes with billet chrome cap, new dipstick and all required hardware
- Pump features all new components including reservoir and pump assembly
- They are ideal for street rods and custom vehicles with limited engine space
Our GM Saginaw style pump features all new components including reservoir and pump assembly. Includes billet chrome cap, new dipstick and hardware. Pumps are 1200 PSI rated to work with most gearbox systems, 850 PSI valve available for Mustang II rack and pinion available upon request. Perfect for street rods and custom vehicles with limited engine space. Pumps are available in chrome plated, various colors and plain, as cast finishes.
- Saginaw Style Power Steering Pump
- Universal Fit
- 5/8 in. Keyed Shaft
- 850 PSI
- 3/8"-16 Mounting holes
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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