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Old 02-27-2020, 08:20 PM
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I have a full setup for sale if anyone is interested? Bracket, pump with pulley, vacuum pump and reservoir.
Price?
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Old 03-01-2020, 02:09 PM
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Sorry bout that, I was thinking 200. You can text me with questions and I can send pics 2623709135
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Does anyone have a pulley for sale?
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Old 11-25-2020, 04:17 PM
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Does anyone have a pulley for sale?
Does anyone know if a 1997 E350 7.3 pump and pulley would work for a conversion?
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Old 11-25-2020, 05:51 PM
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Post a pic of the pump and pulley.

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Seller took a while to ship the bracket but I finally have it. Pictures won’t upload but the part number is F7TE-19E708-BA.
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Old 12-16-2020, 07:52 PM
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Also, I got the ps reservoir from a E-350 but not the cooler that it comes with. Is the cooler needed or can I just cap the inlet on the ps reservoir? Thanks!
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Old 01-10-2021, 01:31 PM
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Haven't posted here in awhile. Just finished my power steering/hydroboost swap.

I originally was running the F-SuperDuty hydroboost unit along with the matching master. Although the truck stopped fine but the brake pedal feel was not correct. So I found a Ford F-53 Hydroboost unit and purchased the OBS F250/F350 master. The master is obsolete so I settled with a Raybestos unit.

Since this going to require some custom hoses, I decided to swap the fittings to -6AN.
Hydroboost unit:
Aeroquip FBM2608 - 16mmx1.5 - 6AN
Aeroquip FBM2609 - 18mmx1.5 - 6AN
TechnaFit FTS 185009 5/16-24 o'ring

Pump:
TechnaFit FTS 306-06-M16DW 16mmx1.5 with Dowty Washer

Gear (4 bolt cover)
Russell 648010 1/2-20 -6AN o'ring seal

I bend up some 3/8 stainless tubing and single flared the ends with tube nuts. I covered the power steering lines with silicone fire sleeve. I rotated the pump fluid inlet to a better position. The non-pressure hose is Parker Pusk-Lok hose with Fragola hose ends. The feed line is 3/4 (-12) and the return is 3/8 (-6). The return lines are "T'd" together (OEM tube cooler, hydroboost unit and reservoir)

I forgot to grab a pic of how I mounted the Ford reservoir. The OEM reservoir has a build in screen for filtering.

Also, I replaced the stock steering shaft with the Borgensen shaft. I'm eventually probably going to swap in a Blue Top gear. Since my truck has the 4 bolt cover, I want to find a core and send that one in so I don't have any down time.

Didn't drive the truck yet, ran out of time.










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- 1987 Buick Grand National (Staged)
- 2004 Mercury Marauder
- 1993 Geo Prizm (beater)
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:19 AM
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Haven't posted here in awhile. Just finished my power steering/hydroboost swap.

I originally was running the F-SuperDuty hydroboost unit along with the matching master. Although the truck stopped fine but the brake pedal feel was not correct.

Didn't drive the truck yet, ran out of time.




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What do you mean by brake pedal doesn't feel right?

Mine is really stiff. Seems like steering is harder than it should be. I understand where a better pump might help, but I also understand why it might not or not last very long.
My truck will certainly stop but but you are pushing hard. I was disappointed after the swap (and yes I moved the pin on the brake pedal)
I do have a new steering box installed but not because of this fiasco.

What rear brake setup do you have?

I think my next step is possible hydroboost porting unless you tell me this is the way to go.
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:48 AM
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Which master did you use? The OBS one or the F-Superduty?

And yes my pedal was stiff also.

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- 2016 F350 DRW Ultimate (stock for now )
- 1987 Buick Grand National (Staged)
- 2004 Mercury Marauder
- 1993 Geo Prizm (beater)
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