Saginaw Power Steering Pump Rebuild

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  1. MrJLR

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    I am down to ONE last final leak on my '68 'Cuda....the power steering pump!

    How do I know the correct rebuild kit for my pump....
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    Any advise or a link would be awesome!

    Thanks in advance...

    Jeff
     
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    Got one for my pump at Advance for 13.&change. Tell them Chby Sakanaw A style
     
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      Funny the ps.pump leak on my 67 is pi$$ing me off. Tracking down new hose. Mine is TRW style, but will be watching Jeff.
       
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      Maybe this will help.
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      Thanks guys.....Kit is ordered (Jeggs) and a pulley pulling tool (Walmart)
      Not this weekend but next I will tackle this and do a write up on it (with lots of pics!)

      From looking on Google and YouTube, this is pretty straight forward except maybe the bushing - But I have a full machine shop at my disposal........the seals alone would almost certainly solve my leaks though.....

      I could just get a rebuilt unit....but God only knows what hack slapped it together.....plus I learn how it's done, I can say I did it myself and I'll gain a new tool from it...LOL (cheap Walmart puller)


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        I wanna watch too as I'll be doing this soon :)
         
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          Should be easy.....!
          I love projects like this.....!

          I received the pulley puller kit from Walmart yesterday.....kinda el-cheapo, but will do the job I'm sure!
          Just waiting on the rebuild kit from Jeggs....I think they said I'll get it next Tuesday...

          I'll strip all the paint and make it pretty while I'm at it.

          Jeff
           
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