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March Performance 452

March Performance Billet Saginaw Power Steering Pump Case

655-452

made in usa
Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/31/18

$201.99
March Performance Billet Saginaw Power Steering Pump Case $201.99
QTY
Billet Saginaw Power Steering Pump Case

Specifications:

Hardware Included
No
Mounting Bracket Included
No
Fittings Included
No
Power Steering Pump Model
Saginaw P series
Quantity
Sold individually
Reservoir Material
Aluminum
Reservoir Style
Internal
Manufacturer's Part Number:
452

March makes it easy to replace or upgrade your vehicle's old Saginaw or remote reservoir power steering pump. Choose between a natural or dress-up finish (chrome or polished). A Saginaw power steering pump case is also available separately so that a current Saginaw's internal parts can be reused. March Power Steering pumps are a perfect accompaniment to March's bracket kits. Available as a complete bolt in replacement or the billet case alone for use with your present pump internal parts.

Note: Pulleys Not Included

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