Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Dne007, Jan 30, 2020.
Ran those on my first 48, they worked well on at least 6 trips on Rubicon and 2 Sierra Trek's.
That ebay ad only has part of the bracket. The other part that is harder to find is the aluminum casting that bolts to the engine and holds the 2 brackets shown in the ad.
Thank you for that info Grant, I tend to start shopping for things way too quickly
FYI you can find buick engine parts on car-part.com. Parts of my PS install came from 71 skylark with the 350.
Gee Grant, what would I do without you
I found this pic googling, is this what the correct aluminum piece looks like?
This looks like it?
Though not in a great hurry, at least I know brackets are out there despite the cost. posting stuff on my thread so I don't loose them
JEEP Buick DAUNTLESS 225 V6 OEM Power Steering ASSEMBLY PUMP 3 BRACKETS BOLTS | eBay
Buick 225 231 350 steel bracket power steering
I would watch your local Craigslist/ Facebook marketplace. Personally it’s more of a $100 to me.
Thanks Kyle, now that I know what it looks like, makes me feel better; I'll just keep my eyes on nearby for now
Does your new jeep already have it?
Curtis,(seller), sent me some pics of the power steering which is functional, which I'll be correcting, but he is such a nice fella~ can't wait to meet him
just putting this link here for future reminder even though it's unavailable
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while I don't see any problem with your PS set up . the man worked around the front dump manifold
high mount now just as a reference this is a buick 350 low mount . won't work with front dump
Thank you Ron! If I go with headers, would that make a difference?
you can go both ways with headers . most do it for the steering shaft to pass through
I went with hedman header with last replacement . I like the ball and socket collector
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Thank you Ron!!! Great information~ those look good!
Gee, I don't have anything else to wonder about until the poor little jeep gets here I guess I can ponder the color scheme while daydreaming, oh, this time I am going to fabricate a rotisserie~ nuff said, I'll be back
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Pictures are gone...
Also... the grill support rods aren't really necessary.
If you were doing some serious wheeling, they could possibly keep the radiator from hitting the fan.....
but if you have sufficient clearance it shouldn’t be an issue.
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