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March Performance 624

Serpentine Power Steering Pulley Press-Fit (3/4" Bore)

March Performance 624

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March Performance 624 Serpentine Power Steering Pulley Press-Fit (3/4" Bore) $78.99
Serpentine Power Steering Pulley
  • Press-Fit (3/4" Bore)
  • 6-Groove
  • 5.91" Diameter

  • March Performance 624 Details

    GM Power Steering Pump Pulleys

    Use with high-flow standard rotation long water pump

    Specifications:

    Pulley Material
    Billet Aluminum
    Hardware Included
    No
    Pulley Style
    Serpentine Pulley
    Overdrive
    No
    Power Steering Brackets Included
    No
    Power Steering Pulley Attachment
    Press fit
    Power Steering Pulley Bore Diameter (in.)
    0.75
    Power Steering Pulley Grooves
    6-groove, serpentine
    Power Steering Pump Style
    Saginaw
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Underdrive
    No
    Outside Diameter
    5.91 in.
    Pulley Finish
    Clear powdercoated
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    624

    March Performance Power Steering Pump Pulleys are CNC-machined from solid billet aluminum then powdercoated clear, silver or black for a maintenance-free finish. Computer design assures proper alignment when correctly matched while your engine runs easier, and deep grooves eliminate belt throwing.

    624 - March Performance Power Steering Pump Pulleys is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome. It looks great and working great. Have recommended to several friends.
    Date published: 2015-06-04
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst pulley I've ever purchased Billet aluminum is overrated. The 3 holes on the face of the.pulley are where you screw in studs in order to remove the pulley from the pump. Well when you use the pulley remover tool, the studs rip right out because the aluminum threads are too soft. So now I'll have to drill and tap new threads in order to remove it. Complete waste of money.
    Date published: 2017-10-25
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