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envy66
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Hi All.
I now have a replacement motor for my 66 stang - reco 302.
anyway it's all flash looking, being painted Black with crome bits etc, but the power steering pump I have is the big old round type with a big mounting bracket, which I think will look out of place.
can anyone recomend a suitable replacement - I know I will need to probably get some new brackets fabricated ( suggestion for these as well will help).

cheers Envy66


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I used saginaw pump with a billet specialties pulley.Ill have it painted or chromed later.


Required a bracket and some spacers to be made up for how Ive ran it.
There are a couple of different reservoirs they come out with.

Sorry I dont have any closer pics,I can grab some if it will help.





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Luke


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Thanks Luke.
that looks much better than what I have.
is the saginaw pump a new pump or second hand ( if second hand what vehicles do they come off?).

cheers Pete (envy66)


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Im new to americN muscle so i prob shouldnt comment however that pump looks like the one we had in our old XE falcon. I would imagine any older falcon would work specially from a later V8 altho they were cleveland motors so i dont know if the brackets the same or even if the pump is suitable.

In fact im gunna stand back over there cause ive been no help lol sorry


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Hey Pete , try & track down anyone who might have old engines/brackets from Windsor style engines (assuming yours is a windsor) i.e. wrecking yards & if they don't have , ask who might or if they know anyone who gets into the older Fords. XY & prior are the models you'll be chasing I think. I've gotta a gut feeling that anything after them are clevelands.
I'm yet to chase down a correct bracket as the one I have from previous owner is hand made & a bit weak.

I got a new saginaw pump from Repco last year , was around $330 trade price.


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E series falcons use them as well (EA/EB)
I have used one on a windsor before and was able to modify the E series mounts to make it work pretty easily. Not sure about the XF variant, but the E series ones have a mounting stud on the back for that extra bit of support.

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Hi Pete,

They are ran on plenty XF and all of what the other guys have said,Commodores run them with a remote reservoir.

Mine is a rebult unit,there is bugger all in them,any power steer joint can sort you out.
Im using the reservoir with the support stud on the rear,I have a bracket made from that stud bolted to the head.
I made an alloy hoop bracket off the w/pump,With the power steer pump the bolt holes are recessed into the pump housing so I had to make some small spacers to make it all flush.


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Thanks everyone I'll let you know how I go.

Cheers Envy66


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