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    P/S pump

    I used search button couldnt come up with much. Hows everybody got there power steering pump on with the headers. Homemade brackets, or is there a bracket u can buy. Thanks for the help guys.
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    I didnt put the bracket on. Seems there are no problems, idk if you 94 is different than my 89 tho.


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    serp or v belt?
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    yeah i forgot to say it was a v belt motor. Another question i was wantin to ask is do they make a conversion for the serp. belt system?
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    You can see here that I used a gen ll pump with remote resevoir(sp) and it is mounted to the head with a bracket used in race cars($40) Mine is a racecar special pump with different orifices in it but you can use one off an Astro van without and problems.

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    Originally posted by blazer_1994
    yeah i forgot to say it was a v belt motor. Another question i was wantin to ask is do they make a conversion for the serp. belt system?
    your stock parts on your 4.3 (serpentine) will fit right over to a 350
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    i looked on ebay found a serp belt system that came off a 89 chevy truck. It had no a/c. It comes with alt. water pump. power steering pump, and all pulleys needed. Would this work cause id like to switch it over to a serp belt if at all possible.,
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    well the blazer that im puttin it into never had no motor to begin with. So im outta luck there. Would the kit listed before work? It also comes with the brackets and stuff
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    if you go with serpentine belt set up make sure u get a reverse rotation water pump.

    go to the junkyard and grab the 4.3 brackets or chevy truck brackets, they are the same thing.
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    stock 4.3 brackets, but i had to do away with the passengers side bracket since my york compressor wouldnt clear my hood, so i made my own brackets. (not pictured tho)





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    ok, i can do that i know where a junkyard is that has a 94 thats got the whole set up. How much do u think a whole set up liek that would cost right off hand, so i dont get ripped off
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    less then $100 id say.. id get all all new parts, as in water pump, alt, and ps, they are all really cheap and they are well worth it.
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    yeah those parts i was gonna buy new. So the water pump off of a 94 blazer is the right kind .
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    i cut up part of my stock serp brackets pretty much just got my P/S pump. i got an aftermarket alt bracket and made my own york brackets...


    it would be easier with more money.

    my project thread

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