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    Posted: Apr/15/2019 at 2:23pm
I bent the power steering pulley on my 70 AMX trying to get it off. Does anyone make new ones or is used the only option?  Thanks
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If it's keyed, this one has been reported to fit (have not used one myself):
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Originally posted by Trader Trader wrote:

If it's keyed, this one has been reported to fit (have not used one myself):
 
A 1970 would have an Eaton pump, so I don't think that one will work because it's for a Saginaw pump.
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Can we assume that you need the single pulley for an automatic transmission car?
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Or... if you're not interested in originality, you can grab a Saginaw pump and brackets from a pre-79 AMC V-8 (car or Jeep) and bolt it on.   Around 1980, they changed from SAE flanged fittings to metric o-ring.  There are fitting adapters available too.

I'm running a 73-74 Saginaw pump on my 69 AMX.  No leaks.

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