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Old 01-19-2017, 06:40 AM   #1
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Default Power steering brackets

Guys, I am looking for a power steering pump setup for a BBC that mounts on the right hand side of the donk - there's about a million different types for the left hand but I am damned if I can find one to suit RHD ???? Anyone here found anything or does it need to be fabbed up from scratch ???
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Hi Blackey, went around to my mates house today and took some pix for you. Nissan Pathfinder p/s pump on 454 in 66 Chevelle. Fits in nice and neat. Bit hard to get a good angle cause of the radiator. Hope this helps. Can get some
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cheers mate, that looks like what I am going to have to do - I have a pump off a VK 6 cyl Commondore that I was planning to use as it has a remote reservoir similar to the one in the pics.
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Hey Blacky are you running a nissan power steering box
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Hey Blacky are you running a nissan power steering box
No mate I did a HQ front clip conversion , that's why I had spare chassis bits
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I'm not positive about this, but you might check a late 60's or very early 70's Corvette big block. It seems like one of those had the P/S pump mounted on the right hand side.

Sorry for the bad info. I just did a little research and it looks like the Corvette pump isn't right hand mount either.
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The pump I bought from speedway motors arrived this week - I will be fabbing something up this weekend if I get time ....
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ended up making my own , wasnt that difficult really , made a cardboard template then had it laser cut out of 8mm plate


mocked up a spacer out of timber to get the pump to line up with the pulley and voila ! Will machine a spacer out of aluminium when I can scrounge up some 16mm+ ally plate and the job will be done.



If anyone wants one the bloke who cut it for me can knock up some more, he has kept the drawing in his database.
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How will the pump attach to that bracket? It seems like something's missing, like a cradle bracket.

I just noticed you have an electric water pump, way cool! (no pun intended!)
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How will the pump attach to that bracket? It seems like something's missing, like a cradle bracket.

I just noticed you have an electric water pump, way cool! (no pun intended!)
I tapped the hole on the right hand side , the pump pivots around that hole. The left hand side with the adjustment slot simply has a nut and washer behind it - the back of the pump is flat so it sits hard up against the spacer - very simple , otherwise I wouldnt have been able to work it out
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