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Power Steering Brackets

 
howies65and67stang
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Posted: 05/20/13 12:49 AM

Hi, I am hoping a fellow Mustang'er will be able to help, thanks in advance.


I am looking for the Power Steering Bracket from a '87 5.0 Mustang EFI, that its geared for a  non-A/C Mustang.

Hoping someone may have one available or know someone to speak with as I am looking for the original bracket (I would prefer to not use an aftermarket).

Thanks so much for all your help.  

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MustangMan
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Posted: 05/20/13 07:00 AM

The P/S bracket is the same, factory A/C, dealer A/C, or no A/C. It is the A/C bracket that changes, relocating the pump higher if there is no A/C on the car.

I would check with local Mustang shops, as many pull those parts off and put the vintage pulley setup on for a stock look or they install aftermarket billet pulleys. They might have the P/S bracket laying around. The relocation bracket is still offered by Ford Racing.

http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts/part_details.asp?PartKeyField=2424

HTH...
Mark.  
Mark Houlahan
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Mustang Monthly Magazine

1965 FFR Roadster 427W/TKO-600 5-speed
1966 Mustang 289-4V/C4 Auto
1968 Mustang 4.6L Three-Valve/5R55S Auto
1990 Mustang 306/AOD
2002 Explorer Sport Trac 4.0L V-6/5R55 Auto
2005 F-150 4x2 4.2L V-6/4R70W Auto

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howies65and67stang
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Posted: 05/20/13 11:34 PM

Mark,

Thanks so much for the speedy reply. I really appreciate it and ended p ordering the Ford Racing part you advised. Thanks so much !  

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MustangMan
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Posted: 05/21/13 07:52 AM

Glad to be of service. The bracket is a nice kit and comes complete with fasteners too. You just need the aluminum power steering bracket (and possibly the long stud that threads into the head if that's missing too).

Here's a quick photo of the installed kit with the stock P/S bracket relocated:

M8511a50 3970

*Courtesy of Latemodelrestoration.com

Mark
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Mark Houlahan
Brand Manager
Mustang Monthly Magazine

1965 FFR Roadster 427W/TKO-600 5-speed
1966 Mustang 289-4V/C4 Auto
1968 Mustang 4.6L Three-Valve/5R55S Auto
1990 Mustang 306/AOD
2002 Explorer Sport Trac 4.0L V-6/5R55 Auto
2005 F-150 4x2 4.2L V-6/4R70W Auto

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howies65and67stang
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Posted: 05/23/13 10:19 PM

Actually I realized I made a typo, I am looking for a power steering bracket for my '67 mustang
This is the part that holds the power steering hoses to the shock towers.

Sorry for the hassle, thanks again.  

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