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power steering pump gurus

I found this pump with all the brackets set up to bolt up to my moter (225 V6) on another jeep and am planning on installing it in my jeepster. Can anyone tell me what this originally came from and if it is anygood. Im planning on turning 35-16-15 boggers with it on a dana44, and this rig will used mainly as a rockcrawler. Would this pump be any good for a hydro assyst steering set up in the future? Thanks for your help, the guys in jeeptalk didnt have much to say about this so im posting this here so that maybe I will get a response.
 

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thats the same pump im using on my bb chevy.talk to matt i think it is a west texas offroad.he knew all about it.its basicly internally the same as the newer teardrop style.
 

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I have an older ARI reman steering components reman parts book. First off, it has an interal pump that is 1974 or older because of the nut retained pulley. Looking at the outlets on the reservior, and comparing to picks in the book, it is a ARI part number of 53546. I dont know if they can be crossed to new numbers at Napa or not. I found that part number was used in '64-'68....Chevelle and El Camino's....8cyl 283,307,327. I use a pump from a '74 chebby pickup because I like the nut retained pulley. Makes it easier to swap the pump on the trail. I have ram assist and hydroboost on mine. I did burn up pumps until I put a couple filters and a cooler on it.
 
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