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Old post,,,somehow I never got an email saying someone replied. I actually wound up making one, as a couple local Fisher dealers dtrung me along for weeks waiting on one from Fisher. Anyhow, Thanks,,
where did you power it from, does your truck have a serpintine belt? i had an 88 s-10 blazer and i hade the same issue as your having when i put a plow on that for the guy that bought it from me, i ended up mounting the pump on top of the power steering pump and welding a v-belt pully to the powersteering pully, it worked awsome, but howd you do it?
~2000 F-350 SUPERDUTY,
7.3L, regular cab, 4x4, 4 inch lift, 35's, 4R100, Tourque Shift Trans cooler,
SuperChips tuner, ICP Fooler, waste gate Mods, Straight piped
~1994 Ford Ranger, 4X4 4.0L, 5speed beater!
Ford 7.3L, 6.0L, 6.4L And CAT certified Diesel Technician.
Yes I have a serpentine belt.
As far as the pump for the plow goes, I ran a V-belt from the hydraulic pump to my Power Steering pump. I had another pulley that piggy-backs to the steering pump,,,I cannot remember the actual name for it. That pulley attatches via 3 set screws that lock into the groove on the power steering pump.
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