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Old 07-21-2011, 10:47 PM
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i think at this point, im gonna remount the factory pump, then go qwertys route after i save up enough pocket change to order a nice setup. if i keep pulling change out of the washing machine, i should be good in about 20 years. jk, pics are super appreciated, but im going to have to put this on the backburner until i get the engine in the truck and get the truck back on the road.
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Ford FE Engine Power Steering Bracket 390 427 428 V Belt Billet Aluminum | eBay I think this is the route Im gonna go maybe this will help someone else
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CVR Racing offers brackets to fit a Saginaw pump to an FE.

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Both my alt and PS brackets are CVR. Great fit and function. I found my set somewhere on the net a year or so ago for about $160.







.....and my 2 pennies say go to the local yard and pick up 2 Saginaw pumps for about $40 and then buy one of the CVR or like brackets and install. If the pump fails at any time, you have a spare. The pumps are cheap, it's the brackets you might as well spend the money on.
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