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Saginaw 460 power steering pump brackets

Came across these Saginaw power steering up grade kits for Fords. The price is outragious though. Ebay #390378388228.
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1975/91 Econolines came with Saginaw P/S pumps. Find one a these in a boneyard w/a 460, get the parts from it.

1972/79 FoMoCo Passenger Cars with Hydro-Boost used the Saginaw P/S pump. Find a 1972/78 w/a 460 in a boneyard, get the parts from it.

460's were not available in Passenger Cars after 1978. Best bet is to look for a Lincoln or Continental Mark, cuz all had 460's thru 1977. 1978: Some had 460's, some had 400's.
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Kind of strange it came up in my Ebay 460 search but unless I'm just overlooking it, I don't see one for the 429-460 listed.
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Kind of strange it came up in my Ebay 460 search but unless I'm just overlooking it, I don't see one for the 429-460 listed.
Have any Ford car or truck parts catalogs? Prolly not.

I just looked thru the 1973/79 car parts, 1973/79 truck parts, see all kinda part numbers for 460 Saginaw P/S pump brackets.

Coulda looked in later truck catalogs, but...what the 1972/91 part numbers are gonna do for you on fleabay or in boneyards, I dunno, cuz they're not marked on the parts.

If there are any numbers so marked, they'll be ID engineering numbers. You'll need a Ford Master Cross Reference Catalog to cross over the ID numbers to part numbers.
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I have a Saginaw P/S pump and bracket that I had on a 460 in a 1978 Bronco if you are interested. I got it off a mid 80's Ford van. I had to do a few mods to get it to work with the factory A/C. I switched it out for a serpentine belt set up off a early 90's E350 with a Saginaw pump.
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