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Old 04-29-2012, 07:57 PM
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Power steering pump brackets

I bought a trashed 76 F150 parts truck for my 66 F100.

The 76 has a power steering 3 speed column and a 390, my 66 has a manual 3 speed column and a 352.

The power steering pump bracket is not mounted correctly on the 390.

Can someone show a pic or a parts diagram showing the belt routing and the spacer size/location on the FE ps brackets.

The truck has a 2 groove wp pully and a 3 groove crank pully. No ac.

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Old 04-29-2012, 10:50 PM
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Here is the illustration from the Ford parts catalog.
The engine in the pictures has A/C but the p. steering bracket and mounting is the same with or without A/C.
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Thanks Mike, the problem Im having is that I cant determine how thick the spacers are that I need on a non ac 390 with ps.

2 bolts go into the waterpump housing, at least one of them has a spacer, 1 bolt goes into the front of the block, that bolt also has a spacer.

If I do not get it exactly right the belt will wear out prematurely.
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You could "fab" a spacer using washers to get the correct thickness and go from there. Wrap the washer stack with tape to make them easier to install.
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Its going to be a little more work than I thought.

My 66 wp housing is not the same as the 76 wp housing. Im going to have to elongate the mounting bracket holes or swap wp housings.

I havent decided what Im going to do yet. I need to see if there is an issue with the alt bracket as well. My alt belt is on the inside groove, the pics of ps pumps Ive seen show the ps belt on the inside groove.

Nothing is easy.
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