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NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP
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Ron
Posted 2017-05-31 10:27 PM (#541307)
Subject: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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NEED 55-56 power steering pump------mounts on the back of the generated.

RON
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56D500boy
Posted 2017-05-31 11:17 PM (#541310 - in reply to #541307)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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There are two styles. The 55 is different than the 56.

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NM Desoto
Posted 2017-05-31 11:50 PM (#541313 - in reply to #541307)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP


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I have one from a '55 New Yorker. Why don't you post a picture of yours.
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56D500boy
Posted 2017-06-01 1:34 AM (#541317 - in reply to #541310)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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56D500boy - 2017-05-31 11:17 PM There are two styles. The 55 is different than the 56.


Here are examples of the two types that I have seen:

1955 (apparently the pump is an "Eaton"):



Reference: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1955-DODGE-MOPAR-POWER-STEERING-AND-GENERAT...



Reference: http://www.ebay.com/itm/GGU-6004A-1952-Chrysler-Imperial-Generator-...



Reference: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1955-1956-Chrysler-Dodge-Plymouth-Desoto-US...

1956:

1956 Dodge D500 (not mine but same pump):

Note: The pumps can be "clocked" to some extent to get the fill/reservoir more vertical than shown here:





Hope that helps a bit?
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rebel
Posted 2017-06-08 8:33 AM (#541779 - in reply to #541317)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP


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I have a pump off a 56 New Yorker but the drive tab is broken.
Let me know if your interested.
Bob
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Ron
Posted 2017-06-09 11:13 PM (#541882 - in reply to #541313)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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CAN YOU SEND ME A PHOTO OR TWO.?

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rebel
Posted 2017-06-11 6:41 PM (#541952 - in reply to #541882)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP


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Here are some pictures. I finished parting this car out 15 years ago, but have known the car for over 40 years. Supposedly the reason the car was junked was that the steering had been repaired and it went out again, so they junked it. You can see that the screw holding the drive had come loose and had allowed the drive to spin, eating away the square drive inside the drive tab. It looks like the pump is fine, so if your drive tab is okay, you can swap it over and be fine. A person could also weld up the drive tab and be fine. I've seen several repaired that lasted for many years. I would still reseal the pump, just to be safe.
If your interested, send me a PM.
Bob



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 001.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 002.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 003.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 004.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 005.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 007.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 008.JPG)



(1956 New Yorker power steering pump 009.JPG)



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Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 001.JPG (100KB - 11 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 002.JPG (101KB - 11 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 003.JPG (98KB - 11 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 004.JPG (96KB - 12 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 005.JPG (110KB - 9 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 007.JPG (115KB - 11 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 008.JPG (133KB - 11 downloads)
Attachments 1956 New Yorker power steering pump 009.JPG (110KB - 11 downloads)
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Ron
Posted 2017-06-15 2:25 AM (#542168 - in reply to #541952)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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When they go bad they lockup on the inside and burn the fan belts up or shear something off inside or outside the pump. I would guess that is what happen to your pump. I already bought two pumps that were bad.
what would you want for it if I buy it for parts?

Ron
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jboymechanic
Posted 2017-06-15 1:25 PM (#542188 - in reply to #541307)
Subject: Re: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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I have one off my 1956 Imperial if interested.
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rebel
Posted 2017-06-18 9:30 AM (#542399 - in reply to #542168)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP


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Before I just sell it for parts, I'll bench test it and see what pressure and flow it creates. If good, I'll reseal it and then sell it.
I know it's not locked up and it does pump when turning the drive by hand.
Bob
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rebel
Posted 2017-06-25 2:31 PM (#542845 - in reply to #542399)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP


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Ron,
I repaired the drive and made a correct washer/retainer. I do not have the fittings to pressure test this pump but it creates plenty of flow and you can't hold your finger over the hose when just turning the pump by hand. I feel this pump is in very good condition. I left fluid and pressure on the pump for 2 days and no leaks. If you want it, the way it is, I'll sell it for $40.00 plus freight. I'll even throw in the hose, which looks good.
If interested, send me a PM.
Bob



(56 NY'er power steering 001.JPG)



(56 NY'er power steering 003.JPG)



(56 NY'er power steering 004.JPG)



(56 NY'er power steering 005.JPG)



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Attachments 56 NY'er power steering 001.JPG (58KB - 10 downloads)
Attachments 56 NY'er power steering 003.JPG (65KB - 10 downloads)
Attachments 56 NY'er power steering 004.JPG (87KB - 10 downloads)
Attachments 56 NY'er power steering 005.JPG (128KB - 10 downloads)
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rebel
Posted 2017-07-07 3:33 PM (#543711 - in reply to #542845)
Subject: RE: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP


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Ron,
If you are not interested, please let me know. I'm sure there are others out there that really do need a good 56 Chrysler (Eaton) pump.
Bob
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JT Vincent
Posted 2017-07-10 10:35 PM (#543921 - in reply to #543711)
Subject: Re: NEED 55-56 POWER STEERING PUMP



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It was an engineering short-sight to make a PS pump contiguous with a generator. Space and belt problems, but you could build a house in those engine bays. However, I think I have one. I have no idea if it works for either function. Free for the price of shipping. I'll send you pics if you don't find what you need.
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