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Old 02-10-2020, 08:21 PM   #1
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WTB PS pulley and nut

these are of 70 vintage need the pulley and the nut... pump is good price shipped to 07981 thanks
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Old 02-10-2020, 11:51 PM   #2
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Re: WTB PS pulley and nut

A bunch of those pulleys on ebay about $70, search by that number.
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Old 02-11-2020, 10:59 AM   #3
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A bunch of those pulleys on ebay about $70, search by that number.
thanks Randy for the info ill look there also
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Re: WTB PS pulley and nut

Let me know if you don't find one, i have an entire pump setup. I had another pump with pulley and nut here, but i just went to get pics of it and thankfully turned it by hand as it looks like the pulley has a decent bend to it.
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Let me know if you don't find one, i have an entire pump setup. I had another pump with pulley and nut here, but i just went to get pics of it and thankfully turned it by hand as it looks like the pulley has a decent bend to it.
thank you Richard much appreciated, I will let you know
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Old 02-12-2020, 08:35 PM   #6
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Let me know if you don't find one, i have an entire pump setup. I had another pump with pulley and nut here, but i just went to get pics of it and thankfully turned it by hand as it looks like the pulley has a decent bend to it.
Richard can you post some pictures of the entire pump set up and LMK what you want for it .....
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I just notice the pump brackets in your picture are small block, that pulley number is for big block short water pump.
Small block pulley should be 3993325DJ
I have that pulley and nut.
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Better pic, $38 shipped
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Your welcome...i need your address.
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I hate not getting notifications. I just saw this.

Randy I have 2 small block pumps here including the damaged one I spoke about and I believe they are both equipped with the pulley Jess posted originally. I know the bent one is, I will check the other one today.

I thought Big blocks had remote reservoir or was that only 72?
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I hate not getting notifications. I just saw this.

Randy I have 2 small block pumps here including the damaged one I spoke about and I believe they are both equipped with the pulley Jess posted originally. I know the bent one is, I will check the other one today.

I thought Big blocks had remote reservoir or was that only 72?
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Yes all big blocks have the remote reservoir. I assume the big block pulley got installed on that small block pump by accident or something in the past.
The pulley i posted is for small blocks just as yours are.

I think The big block pulley is a little flatter sitting the pulley more forward.
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And ignore the pump brackets in my pic if you see them, they are 69-74 or os long water pump big block. Someone probably switched the pulley on that pump too.
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Re: WTB PS pulley and nut

Here is a post by classic bowties explaining pulley fitment, Mel knows his part numbers.
http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=653368
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Re: WTB PS pulley and nut

pulley arrived thank you .....just a fyi that pulley( 3925537DC ) was atttached to the PS pump in a bucket filled with other brackets for a 1970 350 . I bought the engine a few years ago It had all the original AC SB brackets included when I get it mocked up on the motor ill see if everything lines up
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Your welcome, i think its THE small block ps pulley.
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Re: WTB PS pulley and nut

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I just notice the pump brackets in your picture are small block, that pulley number is for big block short water pump.
Small block pulley should be 3993325DJ
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Randy I have 2 small block pumps here including the damaged one I spoke about and I believe they are both equipped with the pulley Jess posted originally.
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I assume the big block pulley got installed on that small block pump by accident or something in the past. The pulley i posted is for small blocks just as yours are.
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pulley arrived thank you .....just a fyi that pulley( 3925537DC ) was atttached to the PS pump in a bucket filled with other brackets for a 1970 350.
Wanted to add some more pulley info for clarity, there were several different SB p/s pump pulley pn's used between 67-72. While the 537DC pulley was used on all 68-72 BBC SWP remote fill p/s pumps, we have personally found the same 537DC pulley was also used on SB p/s pumps in 69 & 70, with the more commonly seen 325DJ SB p/s pump pulley being used in 71 & 72 model years. Mel
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Old 02-22-2020, 09:35 AM   #18
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Wanted to add some more pulley info for clarity, there were several different SB p/s pump pulley pn's used between 67-72. While the 537DC pulley was used on all 68-72 BBC SWP remote fill p/s pumps, we have personally found the same 537DC pulley was also used on SB p/s pumps in 69 & 70, with the more commonly seen 325DJ SB p/s pump pulley being used in 71 & 72 model years. Mel
thanks Mel ,not sure the pulley Randy sent me will line up until I mock it up This engine had factory AC with double fan pulley and tripple crank pulley. Im going to set it all up take some pics and share ...I recieved your PM all the info is very much appreciated
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