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Old 10-09-2008, 10:15 PM
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Power steering pump pully

I have a 1977 f250 Ranger 4x4 with a 6.6 liter 400 block v-8. I need a new power steering pully. Anyone know where I can get one.
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try a junk yard or a ford dealership
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broncograveyard.com a sponsor has them think they run 50 or 60 bucks or hit ebay and search parts for power steering.
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I have a 1977 f250 Ranger 4x4 with a 6.6 liter 400 block v-8. I need a new power steering pully. Anyone know where I can get one.
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Find one? Maybe.

Look at your original, it has a Ford ID number (the ID # is not the part number) on it like this: DOAR-3D673-B.

Post what you find, I'll see if I can find a new original.

The reason I need the ID number is, your truck's P/S pulley might not be the original.

If it is the original...that is the correct ID number for it.

Forget the dealer, he won't have it..it's obsolete.

And...your local dealer may not even have the correct parts catalog!

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Bill's trying to be nice. ;)

I looked and looked for a pulley like mine!
Didn't need one, just wanted another one.

The offset changes ford made to power steering pulleys is a friggin nightmare.
I found a real nice one on a LTD and pulled and bought the whole pump, just
for -that- pulley and never seen another with the same offset since. :/

I hope yours is more common! :)

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Bill's trying to be nice.
Yikes! Don't let the word get out!

I looked and looked for a pulley like mine! Didn't need one, just wanted another one.
I found a real nice one on a LTD and pulled and bought the whole pump, just for -that- pulley and never seen another with the same offset since. :/
I hope yours is more common! Alvin in AZ
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Want a NOS P/S pulley for your 1975 F150?

How about 9 more?

C7AZ3A733A / P/S Pulley / Marked 7AA / Fits 1973/76 F100/350 360/390 with A/C, P/S, the whole tamale.

Green Sales in Cincinnati OH has 4 = 800-543-4959.

JST Automotive in Lebanon TN has 1 = 615-443-3086.

Dennis Carpenter in Concord NC (DC's obsolete parts website, he's not repopping them) has 4 = 704-786-8139.

See..I can be nice if I wanna be.
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Thanks guys for the info, Bill the only part number on the pully is D9TC-AA then under it it has L8 and S1 and this pully has the Ford stamp on it.

I looked at a pump with a pully on it that goes to a 76 ford but the V in the pully was much narrower.
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Thanks guys for the info, Bill the only part number on the pully is D9TC-AA then under it it has L8 and S1 and this pully has the Ford stamp on it.
ID number: D9TC-AA = Ford part number: D9TZ-3A733-A.

This is the correct P/S pulley for your application, but it's not the original P/S pulley your truck came with. It was changed sometime during/after 1979.

In 1979, Ford replaced the original P/S pulley: C9TZ-3A733-D (marked DOAR-3D673-B) with D9TZ-3A733-A.

D9TZ-3A733-A is obsolete.

I already looked this one up, and searched for a new original.

I searched for the original part number also...couldn't find either one.

These two pulleys were used on many different car/truck applications from 1970 thru 1981.

If you'd like, I can type up a list up of some of the more popular applications, which will make it somewhat easier for you to find a used pulley.
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That would be a great help,I would really appreciate that.

Thank you in advance.

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That would be a great help,I would really appreciate that.

Thank you in advance.

Jeff
C9TZ-3A733-D Marked: DOAR-B; DOAR-3D673-B / Replaced by > > D9TZ-3A733-A Marked: D9TC-AA; D9TC-3D673-AA.

Applications:

1980/81 351M/400 F150/350 & Bronco w/4WD // 1970/72 302/351C/351W/400 Galaxie/LTD Mercury Marquis // 1973/77 351C(2V)/351M/351W/400 LTD/Mercury Marquis (w/Ford P/S pump only).

1973/76 351C/351W/351M/400 Torino/Merc Montego // 1979 Bronco 351M/400 // 1977 351M/400 F100/350 2WD // 1977/79 351M/400 F100/250 4WD // 1979 351M/400 F350 4WD.

1973/77 F100/150 302 // 1973/77 F100/350 460 w/o A/C // 1969/72 F100 302 w/o A/C.

You would think, that with all these myriad applications, that either pulley would have been used on a Mustang. Nope...not a one.
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I might have one

I will check tomorrow. I think I have a few D0AR-B pulleys hanging on the wall, just need to make sure they are nice and straight.
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I have a DOAR B1 still on the 351m I pulled out of a 78 F250 4 x 4 I stripped for parts. I only really deal with 2wd trucks so I do not figure I would need this pulley. I have never popped a PS pulley before but I take it that they are pressed on. I will be out of town next week so it might be a week or so before I could get around to pulling it off the pump. Or I could just ship you the pump and all. The pump was good as I drove the truck around the pasture some before stripping it. It is missing the dipstick. The engine as been inside since pulled just about 4 months ago.
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I have a DOAR B1 still on the 351m I pulled out of a 78 F250 4 x 4 I stripped for parts. I only really deal with 2wd trucks so I do not figure I would need this pulley. I have never popped a PS pulley before but I take it that they are pressed on. I will be out of town next week so it might be a week or so before I could get around to pulling it off the pump. Or I could just ship you the pump and all. The pump was good as I drove the truck around the pasture some before stripping it. It is missing the dipstick. The engine as been inside since pulled just about 4 months ago.
Ford changed the P/S pump design on everything in 1978 except Econolines.

Nothing except the pulleys interchange.

You cannot use a 1978 pump on a 1977 or earlier model, unless you use 1978 type brackets. The earlier brackets will not fit the later pump.

The P/S pressure hose is also different.

The 1978 and later P/S pressure hose has a straight tube on the pump end. This tube has an O-ring on it. Slide the tube into the fitting, then tighen up the nut.

The earlier hoses do not have an O-ring.

The 1978 and later pumps have a plastic reservoir, the 1977 and earlier pumps reservoir is steel.

The dipsticks are also different. 1977 and earlier are steel, with a "shepards" crook in the handle, the 1978 and later dipsticks are plastic and larger in diameter.

All P/S pumps: The P/S pulley must be pressed on/off...it doesn't just slide off.
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I have a good used D0AR-B pulley that you can have for the cost of postage. Email me with your address and I will send it to you.
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After reading what NumberDummy wrote about the plastic reservoir I had to double check the year. The PS pump I had has the metal reservoir on it. So I checked the title and the F250 4 x 4 was a 1977. Let me know if you are still looking for the pulley. I will be out of town until next Friday. I would rather just bag up the whole pump and ship it to you. You could either use as is or have the pulley pressed off. You can have it for shipping + $10 that should cover my gas and time to get it to the post office.

I will try to check this board next weekend when I get back.
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