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Old 09-24-2018, 07:17 PM
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Peroni, where did you find the specs for each P/S pump? I've found an HBC-JG and the HBC-MX for about a $6 difference but not sure of internal differences.
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Old 10-02-2018, 10:24 AM
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Hey guys, I have found a source where you can get the pulleys for this swap. I managed to find one of the original ford pulley's, and before I put it on the pump I went to my local cnc machine shop so they could mic it out and make copies. I had them make two additional pulleys for me (I like to have backups) and I asked them to keep the measurements on file so they can make more in the future. It wasn't cheap, but if any of you want to do this swap and can't find the pulley's at the junkyard feel free to give them a call and they can make them for you. You don't even have to send them an original to replicate because they already have the measurements on file from me. It's Pressworks Maximum in Forney, TX. (30 minutes east of Dallas) Call 972-564-4229 and ask for the power steering pulley, the phone will ring through to Amy 24hrs. They do a lot of small orders for obsolete parts so they can do other stuff too if you send them an original to measure. I'll post pics of the finished pulleys too.

P.S. I'm not making anything off of this, just wanted to help them out by helping you guys out.
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Old 10-03-2018, 08:27 PM
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Hey guys, I have found a source where you can get the pulleys for this swap. I managed to find one of the original ford pulley's, and before I put it on the pump I went to my local cnc machine shop so they could mic it out and make copies. I had them make two additional pulleys for me (I like to have backups) and I asked them to keep the measurements on file so they can make more in the future. It wasn't cheap, but if any of you want to do this swap and can't find the pulley's at the junkyard feel free to give them a call and they can make them for you. You don't even have to send them an original to replicate because they already have the measurements on file from me. It's Pressworks Maximum in Forney, TX. (30 minutes east of Dallas) Call 972-564-4229 and ask for the power steering pulley, the phone will ring through to Amy 24hrs. They do a lot of small orders for obsolete parts so they can do other stuff too if you send them an original to measure. I'll post pics of the finished pulleys too.

P.S. I'm not making anything off of this, just wanted to help them out by helping you guys out.
Thatís pretty sweet. Nice work.

Rusty
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Old 10-03-2018, 08:44 PM
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This is awesome! Thanks for giving back to the PSD community.

Another cool an useful project to add to the list.
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Old 10-11-2018, 04:54 PM
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Thatís pretty sweet. Nice work.

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Thanks!
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Old 10-11-2018, 04:59 PM
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Here's a few pics of my finished swap. I don't have hydroboost so I welded a custom bracket for the resevoir and mounted it next to the ac compressor. My local Napa store was set up to custom crimp hoses so I just ordered a new hose and had them cut the end off and re connect it at the correct angle to fit the pump. Everything went together really nicely. Big thanks to Got4wd for all his help!
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Old 10-12-2018, 08:25 AM
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Here's a few pics of my finished swap. I don't have hydroboost so I welded a custom bracket for the resevoir and mounted it next to the ac compressor. My local Napa store was set up to custom crimp hoses so I just ordered a new hose and had them cut the end off and re connect it at the correct angle to fit the pump. Everything went together really nicely. Big thanks to Got4wd for all his help!
Nice work!

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