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Old 02-24-2011, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm doing a swap of a 95 cobra motor into my EB I have looked into the pump before and was told by PSC that they could rebuild the pump for some added oommph far a pretty good price. However they said it still may not be adequate for my EB with 37"s and a future ram assist.

when I look up the pump all I can find are other passenger cars for applications leading me to believe that there is not heavy duty pump to bolt into the bracket.

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AAZ-20-7252/All/

My other option I have is a complete serp setup from a van that has provisions on it for a sag pump.
Is there a better option than this pump or am I stuck swapping the whole serp setup just for a pump?
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Old 02-25-2011, 05:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Pretty much stuck swapping. There used to be a saginaw pump that bolted in place of the plastic pump, but they apparently have been discontinued.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Pretty much stuck swapping. There used to be a saginaw pump that bolted in place of the plastic pump, but they apparently have been discontinued.
So I see... there is an expo alternative pump I wonder if it bolts in?

http://www.wildhorses4x4.com/product...Steering_Pumps

If anything I have the whole van setup it would just delay me a bit getting it all in.
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Old 02-25-2011, 09:57 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Try this part # cardone 20-6244. This is a sag pump with a special horseshoe looking bracket for a direct fit in a 80 and up ford f150's and broncos. I put one on my 80 Bronco a couple years ago and can turn the 36'' TSL with ease.

If you decide to go with the serp belt setup there is a guy selling the bracket and pump (used) over on FSB now for 80 buxs.

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Old 02-26-2011, 01:12 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Try this part # cardone 20-6244. This is a sag pump with a special horseshoe looking bracket for a direct fit in a 80 and up ford f150's and broncos. I put one on my 80 Bronco a couple years ago and can turn the 36'' TSL with ease.

If you decide to go with the serp belt setup there is a guy selling the bracket and pump (used) over on FSB now for 80 buxs.
yeah I just don't know how well that would bolt in... the bracket is pretty close to the motor.

I'm about to just say fuck it and put the van shit on there.
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Post a pic of the bracket mounted in your build and I will compare it to mine and tell you if I "think" it will fit. Mine is on a 400 in a 80 Bronco so I have plenty of room useing the stock bracket. Best I can do for ya...
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Post a pic of the bracket mounted in your build and I will compare it to mine and tell you if I "think" it will fit. Mine is on a 400 in a 80 Bronco so I have plenty of room useing the stock bracket. Best I can do for ya...
Sorry didn't even know you replied to this. Let me know if these are good or you need a better view.
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Here are some better pics, got the old pump out trying to figure out how to stuff the sagi pimp in.
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