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Power Steering Part

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  • 64studeavanti
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    I have extra pumps. Let me know if you want one.

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  • StudeRich
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    I believe that Ford and Mercury Eaton Pumps up to at least 1962 will work, the Rebuilds I used to buy for Studes. even came in Ford Dark Blue!

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  • jrlemke
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    How about a T-bird pump? I know you can use the tanks from them to have a dip stick to check the oil. Don't know about the pump parts tho. -Jim

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  • StudeRich
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    It should not be hard to locate someone who has an extra rebuildable replacement '58 to '64 P/S Pump.

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  • Studeguy61
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    Power Steering Part

    I have a 1961 with an Eaton power steering pump. When I dismantled the pump I found one of the pump carrier rollers had broke the end off. I know this is a shot in the dark, but I was wondering if anyone would have one. The length with a vernier would have to be .892 to .897. I have tried all the usual parts vender and have come up empty. The problem is they are hardened steel, otherwise I could make one. Thanks.
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