Where To Get New Ps Pulley

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  1. HISSIN50

    HISSIN50 "How long does it take to get help in here? SN Certified Technician

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    Howdy folks,

    Quick question - I think the title outlines it pretty well. Any sources for a new power steering pulley that are not too pricey (Wazee and the other nice custom ones are a bit too costly)?

    I'd rather not have to hit a JY to buy a wasted pump just to try and get a used pulley (which may or may not come off without the hub being destroyed).

    Thank you!
  2. davis3

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    I dont know about new, but I have a used pulley you can have.

    Came off a parts car, removed with the proper pulley remover.
    aside from being used, it looks fine.

    PM me your shipping address, and I'll send it out soon as I dig it out of storage.

    This is for 94-95 5.0
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  3. Noobz347

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    If you still need one, let me know... I may still have one that I haven't tossed out yet.
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    Not sure I would go for an aluminum one. The factory steel ones have trouble with slipping on the shaft if they have been removed too many times. I can't imagine an aluminium one that expands at a different rate than steel would work terribly well.

    Kurt

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