help IDing P.S. pump
udoittwo
Posted 2018-11-22 7:57 AM (#573962)
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I bought this pump years ago shortly after buying my suburban and had it professionally rebuilt as a spare. I bought it as a pump for a 1960 Plymouth/318. It's not the same style as on my car. Don't even know if it would fit?

I believe I found this pump listed to fit a 1961 Chrysler but couldn't find it for any other years or makes. I'm sure I could spend a lot of time identifying exactly what it is and what it fits but I am also
sure someone here will instantly recognize it and can tell me the manufacturer, makes, and years it will fit so I can correctly list it for sale.

Thanks as always,
Karl..
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udoittwo
Posted 2018-11-22 7:58 AM (#573963 - in reply to #573962)
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finsruskw
Posted 2018-11-22 9:51 AM (#573974 - in reply to #573962)
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Looks like the one on My F
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57chizler
Posted 2018-11-22 5:45 PM (#573994 - in reply to #573962)
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It's a Federal pump, often called the 1.06 pump. (1.06 c. i. displacement)
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56D500boy
Posted 2018-11-22 6:39 PM (#573996 - in reply to #573994)
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57chizler - 2018-11-22 5:45 PM

It's a Federal pump, often called the 1.06 pump. (1.06 c. i. displacement)


Some related info:







REF: https://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/threads/steering-pump-id-help.1...





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udoittwo
Posted 2018-11-23 7:45 AM (#574014 - in reply to #573962)
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Thanks for the info. Anyone know its applications? Will the bracket shown mount to a 1960 318?
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56D500boy
Posted 2018-11-23 8:17 AM (#574016 - in reply to #574014)
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udoittwo - 2018-11-23 7:45 AM

Thanks for the info. Anyone know its applications? Will the bracket shown mount to a 1960 318?


There are lots of clues and alternatives in the link I gave you, if you read through the entire thread.

https://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/threads/steering-pump-id-help.1...

One of them, the Cardone number, leads to this:

https://www.thewrenchmonkey.ca/products/auto-parts/cardone/206115/


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57chizler
Posted 2018-11-23 3:26 PM (#574028 - in reply to #574014)
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The size of the return line hose nipple gives a clue, the 5/8" nipple is early, they changed to a 3/8" hose around '67.

Edited by 57chizler 2018-11-23 3:27 PM
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61imp
Posted 2018-11-25 10:28 PM (#574118 - in reply to #574014)
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udoittwo - 2018-11-23 6:45 AM

Thanks for the info. Anyone know its applications? Will the bracket shown mount to a 1960 318?


Looks like it has a big block mounting bracket
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udoittwo
Posted 2018-11-27 7:03 AM (#574198 - in reply to #574028)
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The return is 5/8", so with that, it should be a Federal pump for 1958-66 MOPARs and possibly for a big block?

I'll have to look at my mounting brackets and see if it is worth keeping as a spare or selling it and find a rebuild able one like the one on my car for a spare.

Thanks again,
Karl.
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udoittwo
Posted 2018-11-27 7:09 AM (#574199 - in reply to #574198)
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Oops, TRW?
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1960fury
Posted 2018-11-27 8:06 AM (#574201 - in reply to #574198)
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udoittwo - 2018-11-27 7:03 AM

The return is 5/8", so with that, it should be a Federal pump for 1958-66 MOPARs and possibly for a big block?

I'll have to look at my mounting brackets and see if it is worth keeping as a spare or selling it and find a rebuild able one like the one on my car for a spare.

Thanks again,
Karl.


They changed the pumps from the 60 to 61 model year. For some reason they got a larger shaft, but both interchange.
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RICKYMOPAR
Posted 2018-12-03 9:09 PM (#574580 - in reply to #573962)
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I believe it is a mid to late 1960's Big block Federal general performance pump and bracket. I prefer these to the earlier wobbly bracket system.
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