- Includes Filler Cap (actual cap may be chrome or black plastic)
- Fits most 1966-1976 GM Saginaw 5/8 in. keyed shaft applications (or, custom mount the pump using March Brackets & Pulleys)
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Available for GM Saginaw or Type II applications, JEGS Power Steering Pumps provide reliability and great finishes. Saginaw Pumps include a filler cap, and the Type II Pump accepts a press-on pulley. Pulleys not included.
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What is the output pressure of this pump? Will this work with my 2004 Crown Vic PI Rack and Pinion without the need of a pressure reducer?
Will this pump fit my 1974 Pontiac ventura
Is this a new pump or refurbished? Will it work with Borgeson mounting bracket part number 153-802400? How much psi pressure does this pump put out to the box?
Does this fit a sbc with a short water pump?
Will this pump fit a 1969 Camaro with a big block long water pump motor?
Dear Sirs, is this pump a direct fit for my corvette 1963 with it's small block chevy engine
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