Could anyone just make a cardboard template of the bracket and send it my way? I've got a pump off a chev, but no way to mount it...and then there's the matter of the smallish sheet of 1/4" steel that's just laying around being lazy.
I got it from a private seller. I posted a WTB in the classified section and he responded about 3 days later. I figured it was a shot in the dark and I would never get a response... but to my surprise it looks like it may work out. I definitely reccomend you try it. I will still keep my eyes out for another one when I scavenge the junkyards.
you guys just need to learn the secrets of the ford pump. see, if you run it out of fluid and keep it like that for a couple weeks while driving it fixes all of its flaws, sure it will be hard to steer for those couple weeks, but after that, just fill it back up and viola!!!! its quieter and works better
seriously, did that back when i was 16 and didn't know any better. filled the pump up after i realized it had a leak and it worked a brazillion times better. quieter and one finger lock to lock turning with 36's.
Went to the JY yesterday and now i have a newer bracket for the pump and they threw the pump in for free cuz they couldnt get the pulley off now i have 2 pumps in my garage all torn apart is there a way to tell if one is bad or in better condition one was off a van and one was off a box truck. Thanks Chuck
1996 F250 HD 4x4 Single Cab Long Bed, 1997 7.3, auto 3.55s, 6637, E-fuel, CCV mod, 2001 IDM, EBPV delete, Diamond Eye turbo back, high pressure crossover, B&M 14,400 btu trans cooler
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