Power Steering Bracket Kits
- This bracket kit is for use with truck crank pulley or LS3 Camaro.
- This bracket allows 1998-2002 F-Body LS1 power steering pump and pulley to be used with truck accessories (power steering pump not included)
- Mounts power steering pump in the factory location of 1998-2002 Camaro LS1 but moved 3/4" forward (directly in front of the driver side head)
- Requires a 67" long belt (Gates #465-670K6) when used with 105 amp alternator and ICT Billet Kits #335-551398, #335-551399, #335-551399LS3
- Requires a 79" long belt (#670K6) when used with 105 amp alternator and ICT Billet Kits #335-551750-2. Larger amp alternators (145/160) require a 3/4" longer belt
LS Serpentine Drive Swaps Made Easy
ICT Billet is the brand LS swappers turn to for quality-built brackets to finish their modern engine transplant. GM LS accessory bracket kits are manufactured using aerospace-grade USA 6061-T6 billet aluminum, with several options available to perform a junkyard motor or a new LS crate engine swap.
- Belt spacing for GM vehicles with LS-style engines (excluding FWD LS4) includes:
- Corvette, G8, and CTS-V engines have the tightest belt-to-block dimension
- 1998-2002 F-Body LS1 are 3/4 in. further outboard
- 2010-2015 Camaro and Vortec Truck are 3/4 in. further than F-Body LS1 (1 1/2 in. from Corvette)
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