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I have an upcoming project...PS Upgrade CPP 670 Kit...after I remove the engine for a new engine install (SBC 350)

These are the three pictures of the mounts I received for my setup with pump: Do not know where these brackets hook up to.

Short Water Pump, 3/4 Fwd Side Mounts. I hope they are correct...


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Tool Clamp


Tool Metal


Please feel free to comment...and photos of your install if possible.

Thanks in advance,
Rods56
 

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I have an upcoming project...PS Upgrade CPP 670 Kit...after I remove the engine for a new engine install (SBC 350)

These are the three pictures of the mounts I received for my setup with pump: Do not know where these brackets hook up to.

Short Water Pump, 3/4 Fwd Side Mounts. I hope they are correct...


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Please feel free to comment...and photos of your install if possible.

Thanks in advance,
Rods56
For what it is worth I may be able to assist.
In my travels in the same 3/4 forward move i found little room for a power steer pump that is low mounted..
I feel you will find the triangle brackets mount to the front of the block (where the orig front mounts were) & the longer adjustable goes to the water pump.
The very brackets i feel are for low mount & the steer pump interferes with the Alternator/Generator (if mounted on drives side manifold) & the chassis rails..If mounted on the passenger side it interferes with the fuel pump..
A mock up before you remove the old engine i think will be in your best interests..One of your many issues of more to come with a 3/4 move forward..
I have done it & your mods will not be limited to 1 or 2 minor issues...
Not saying it can not be done, Just saying there is more issues to come If you go with the 3/4" forward. Cheers
 
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