Hello All... looking for an used power steering pulley for my 69 Z. Anyone out there have one that they would be willing to part with?
Thanks for looking.
Thanks for looking.
I was looking for an original one as everything I've read seems to say those are better, I tend to agree if you can find a good clean one I'll take it, although I am not looking to spend a massive amount of money for one either, so if anyone has one they are willing to part with then I am very open to purchasing.3941105. Deep groove.
Reproductions are available in the fifty dollar range, or are you looking for an original?
Mine didn't come with PS either and I am trying to add it so it looks like it did. I have the pump, so far, and need the pitman arm, PS steering box and pulley to make it look descent enough and drive a little easier than with non-PS. I have a 68 with PS from the factory and it is so easy to drive it's insane... one finger turning but assuming the Z with the quick ratio it may be a little be different than the 68. We'll see.Hi Bill. Agree original GM is best. My car is just a base car, so when I changed out all the pulleys and brackets to HD deep grooves I wasnt about to drop $200 or more on a cast iron DG pulley. I found all GM Saginaw PS pumps that vintage had common shaft diameters so found a cast iron 3 spoke DG off a 68 Bonneville and paid $30. It is similar in appearance to the 68 Camaro pulley, but the machined OD surface isnt as wide as the Camaro, appearance only. My previous 68Z had manual steering as did my 68SS so just going by the pics. Shop around for a 69 GM DG csdt PS pulley you may find something very close in appearance that functions the same and is original GM quality if numbers matching isnt crucial to you. Whatever you do buy the brand new locknut for the pulley.
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That's a standard groove 67-68 Camaro pulley, not a deep groove. Don't know if it is the same diameter or offset as a 69 pulley or not.Don’t know if it helps you or not but I have a GM 3860457 pulley. Powder coating is a little scuffed up but in good shape. Free, you pay the freight.