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  • jhuebner
    Experienced
    • Apr 12 2014
    • 143

    power steering pump

    Anyone have a good source for a Ford style power steering pump, I need the one with the large filler hole for my 65 Bird
  • jopizz
    Super-Experienced


    • Nov 23 2009
    • 8460

    #2
    Here's RockAuto's price. You might be able to find one cheaper if you shop around. They were used for quite a few years so they are pretty easy to find.

    John
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    • jhuebner
      Experienced
      • Apr 12 2014
      • 143

      #3
      My power steering pump is unservicable, it can not be used as a rebuild it has a big dent on the side where someone pryed it over to tighten the belt, im not to worried about a core charge would cost about the same mailing the pump to the States from Germany, if a parts store is selling mone already remanufactured already looked on, AutoZone, DiscountAuto,OReilys etc

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      • jopizz
        Super-Experienced


        • Nov 23 2009
        • 8460

        #4
        Now I understand. Is your pump not working? The pump on my '66 has a big dent in the side but still works fine. If it leaks you might want to try rebuilding it yourself. The kits are available. It's not very difficult.

        John
        Last edited by jopizz; January 16, 2015, 04:24 PM.
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        • jhuebner
          Experienced
          • Apr 12 2014
          • 143

          #5
          Yes it leaks plus when you rotate it grabs, I just ordered a rebuild kit will not hurt to give the rebuild a try

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          • jopizz
            Super-Experienced


            • Nov 23 2009
            • 8460

            #6
            Once you take it apart you should be able to straighten out the case. The metal is pretty thin.

            John
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            • jhuebner
              Experienced
              • Apr 12 2014
              • 143

              #7
              My things to do list is getting longer

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              • Yadkin
                Banned
                • Aug 11 2012
                • 1905

                #8
                I have a non ac pump you can have. I put ac in mine, had to install a (gasp) Chevrolet pump in mine. You pay shipping.

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                • jhuebner
                  Experienced
                  • Apr 12 2014
                  • 143

                  #9
                  huebner_j@yahoo.com
                  send me a email with info I can send you a USPS moneyorder or can PayPal for shipping cost, thanks

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                  • jopizz
                    Super-Experienced


                    • Nov 23 2009
                    • 8460

                    #10
                    Yadkin has a '64 so he probably has an Eaton pump. You need a Ford pump.

                    John
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                    • simplyconnected
                      Administrator
                      • May 26 2009
                      • 8829

                      #11
                      And once again, Jopizz makes a lot of sense because international shipping costs are very high for parts you can't use.

                      The buyer needs to post pictures of what he needs. jhuebner, it's time you become a paid member so you can post pictures and take full advantage of our web site's features. Believe me, you will gain more than the cost of your donation as you restore your project.

                      I assign web space for paid members, to store your files. Some members use it to make a web site for their car. Others use it for personal files. You can share or keep them secure with a password. Web space works better than email because your huge files become available without advertisement 24/7. This works even better if you use more than one computer, etc. - Dave
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                      • jhuebner
                        Experienced
                        • Apr 12 2014
                        • 143

                        #12
                        Ja the 64 came with the Eaton, its ok all will work out in the end Ive ordered 2 rebuild kits just incase I mess something up........ I have a backup, always have plan B

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                        • jopizz
                          Super-Experienced


                          • Nov 23 2009
                          • 8460

                          #13
                          You probably just need the seal that goes around the shaft. Just make sure you follow the directions. If you put the shaft in the wrong way you can ruin the new seal. It's always good to have a backup just in case.

                          John
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                          • Yadkin
                            Banned
                            • Aug 11 2012
                            • 1905

                            #14
                            Originally posted by jhuebner
                            huebner_j@yahoo.com
                            send me a email with info I can send you a USPS moneyorder or can PayPal for shipping cost, thanks
                            Out of respect for the forum you'll have to join first. Here's what it looks like I emailed you a high resolution of this photo.
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                            • Yadkin
                              Banned
                              • Aug 11 2012
                              • 1905

                              #15
                              Package weight would be about 18 pounds.

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