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Old 04-14-2008, 08:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Power Steering Pulley

Ok...I've dug through thread after thread and still don't have the answer.

Here's the question...seems really simple at first. "What pulley will fit a Saginaw power steering pump with the press-on style shaft with no keyway, and allow the use of the wider 79 FJ40 belt??????"

I have heard about using an AMC Eagle pulley, but noone ever provides an actual part number or the specifics on which Eagle the pulley should be bought for.

I've read the threads on MUD about the Grainger pulley and hub (3X586 and 3X573), but nothing is said about pump shaft size or whether the key is necessary (my pump doesn't have one).

I've heard mention of the Volvo 240d hub and pulley...but again no specifics like a part number. Just "order a Volvo 240D pulley". My parts guy would just laugh at that one. What year, part number, engine, accessories, etc? Is the pulley and hub just for a keyed shaft????

What about aftermarket?? I'm so tired of digging throught threads to find the cheap and wasy ones, I would just about buy the priceless, gold-plated platimum pulley at this point

Let me know if you have any ideas. Thanks!

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Old 04-14-2008, 08:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I got my V pully from auto zone. Mean Mike gave me the Part # but I cant seem to find it. some how his was a dubble and mine was a sign one, pressed in. I think theres a part # in this link. Ill look but i fell like crap and going to take a nap (sorry) good luck

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http://www.440source.com/powersteering.htm

"Shown above is our brand new power steering pulley for late style (1975 and later) Saginaw Power Steering Pumps which use press fit to hold the pulley onto the pump. The steering pump for these can be easily identified because the shaft will be smooth with no woodruff key and no threads at the end. There is a tool available from most places which sell specialty auto tools (Summit racing, Mac, Snap-on, etc) which allows you to press these on and off by hand. These are designed to work with our 132-1002 reproduction water pump pulley and 132-1001 double groove crank pulley for proper belt spacing and alignment. Forget about scrounging up used and often damaged originals... we've got great quality brand new reproductions at practically swap meet prices!

Part No: 132-1004 - Power Steering Pulley - Saginaw Press Fit - New Reproduction. Price: $34.95"

hope this helps....I'd call Manafre.. they're always helpful.. http://www.man-a-fre.com/
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:08 PM   #4 (permalink)
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"Shown above is our brand new power steering pulley for late style (1975 and later) Saginaw Power Steering Pumps which use press fit to hold the pulley onto the pump. The steering pump for these can be easily identified because the shaft will be smooth with no woodruff key and no threads at the end. There is a tool available from most places which sell specialty auto tools (Summit racing, Mac, Snap-on, etc) which allows you to press these on and off by hand. These are designed to work with our 132-1002 reproduction water pump pulley and 132-1001 double groove crank pulley for proper belt spacing and alignment. Forget about scrounging up used and often damaged originals... we've got great quality brand new reproductions at practically swap meet prices!

Part No: 132-1004 - Power Steering Pulley - Saginaw Press Fit - New Reproduction. Price: $34.95"

hope this helps....I'd call Manafre.. they're always helpful.. http://www.man-a-fre.com/
This is all very interesting, but..........it still looks for all the world like a narrow pulley, which is NOT what Shane is after. AFAIK, MAF is the only one that is currently offering the Toyota width pulley for the Saginaw pump.

I saw one on a TLC installed PS set up a couple of years ago. Looked like it was designed for the threaded shaft type pump. Also noted that pulley spacing did NOT work well with the Classic Cruiser [overhead type] pump mount.

Sorry Shane, but that's all I can add to the info.

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Old 04-15-2008, 05:25 AM   #5 (permalink)
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AFAIK, MAF is the only one that is currently offering the Toyota width pulley for the Saginaw pump.


Sorry Shane, but that's all I can add to the info.

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Thanks Mark! You are right..the wide pulley is the one I am trying to track down.

I will check MAF like you suggested.
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Old 04-15-2008, 06:19 AM   #6 (permalink)
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The Man-a-fre pulley, although a very nice piece, is made for a keyed shaft Saginaw pump.
My pump has no keyway..just a standard press on style pulley like in the first reply, http://www.440source.com/powersteering.htm.
I already ordered the press on 300-122 Dorman listed in several other threads, but it is a narrow pulley as well
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You don't have that problem with a SBC conversion...
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Old 04-15-2008, 01:02 PM   #8 (permalink)
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You don't have that problem with a SBC conversion...
No..but I would have the problem of getting confused with every other Jeep out there
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No..but I would have the problem of getting confused with every other Jeep out there
Sounds like a brain capacity problem to me.
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Old 04-15-2008, 06:14 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Is the shaft diameter larger or smaller on the Saginaw pump than the FJ pump? If it's larger, why not have the hub bored out a little to use the FJ pulley on the Saginaw pump? If it's smaller, have a machine shop make you what you want. Shouldn't cost too much. Hell, I could make you one for $50.
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Old 04-16-2008, 06:53 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Lance at Iron Pig hooked me up with a taperlock pulley which fit's and works very well.
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Old 04-17-2008, 02:24 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Lance at Iron Pig hooked me up with a taperlock pulley which fit's and works very well.

Does your pump shaft have a woodruff key or not?? Like I said above, my pump doesn't have a key. As I understand, the taperlocks are designed for the keyed shaft. Will it work??? I don't know..I suppose thats part of the question.
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Did anyone figure this out yet? I believe I may be looking for the same pulley as the original poster as I am trying to get my PSC pump (no keyway) to work on my M37 which has quite a wide belt at about 5/8". I just got my 300-122 pulley today (I ordered it last week and was told it should work), and, as mentioned above, it is much to narrow.
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Old 06-22-2008, 10:27 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I went to the pull-a-part last week and found 3 volvo 240 pumps w/ pulleys in about 10 minutes.

It has a central hub that presses onto the pump and the pulley bolts to it w/ 4 bolts. The bolt in the end of the shaft is unnescessary but it doesnt hurt anything so I just left it in.


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