Big Al wrote:
>>> Anyone know of any aftermarket power steering pumps that would work
>>> on my 68 fastback? The original-type leaky rebuilt POS isn't going
>>> to make it for me. I want it out of there.
>>> I'd like something better, and hopefully, smaller and lighter.
>>> And, no, before anyone suggests it, I'm not doing away with the
>>> power steering. That isn't an option for me with that 390 in there.
>>> Laurie S.
>>> Thunder Snake #7
> About the best pump is a Saginaw "canned ham" type. Many Fords came
> with them so finding useable brackets should not be a problem. My 79
> Ford E250 has one and my Dodge pickup has one. Even my 91 Isuzu has
> one factory installed. They are very common on most older GM cars and
> trucks. If you check out the 4X4 groups you can find lots of info on
> them. http://classicbroncos.com/saginaw.shtml
Oh Big, Great and Powerful Al, how hard is it to fangle one O these to stock
1968 302 brackerackertry? I have an outrageous hankerin' to kill kill kill
the stock leaky sumbitch that's on there, and I don't want another. I mean,
how many decades must a man have to endure leaky PS pumps?
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