Type II Reservoir
The JEGS 60731 GM Type II power steering pump reservoir assembly lets you dress up your engine bay while eliminating fluid leaks. Serving a twofold purpose, this fabricated aluminum reservoir eliminates the crack concerns found with plastic tanks while at the same time adding a custom look. Protect your power steering pump and enjoy consistent steering with this reservoir.
- TIG-welded aluminum construction
- Standard capacity
- Billet aluminum cap
- This reservoir will fill all standard Type II (GM Saginaw TC series) pumps
- The clear anodized coating maintains the polished aluminum finish
- Included fittings
- (1) 90-Degree [1/4 NPT male to barb]
- (1) Straight [1/4 NPT male to 6 AN male]
- (1) Pipe plug [1/4 NPT]
- (1) O-ring
Note: This assembly does not include installation hardware. Use JEGS mounting bracket kit 60731-1 for installation.
Perfect Power Steering Pumps for Show-Prepped Engines
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.
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need.
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