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Old 10-22-2018, 09:59 PM   #1
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Pump support bracket and throttle return spring

Guys need some help, finishing my p24v engine, bought a pump with bolts and brackets in a box. My pump has a single return spring and two brackets with it. If anyone has pics of their throttle return and pump support bracket, I would appreciate if they posted so I can figure this thing out. Pump was out of a 97 auto truck.
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Old 10-25-2018, 02:05 AM   #2
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Thats the linkage setup on my p-pump 24v, out of the Schieds kit. The older 12v stuff was basically the same, slightly different.

I don't have a picture uploaded of the support bracket, but its a heavy tee, about 1" wide, 3-4" long and 2" high IIRC, two threaded holes to where it mounts on the pump, and a threaded hole on the bottom part of the tee where it will bolt to the mount on the block. The block mount has the side profile of a hockey stick, more or less.

The older style has just a bent bracket off the pump, similar to a piece of angle iron, that has a bolt hole axially along the pump to mount to the block mount. I forget what the block mount looks like though.
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Old 10-29-2018, 12:41 PM   #3
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Thats the linkage setup on my p-pump 24v, out of the Schieds kit. The older 12v stuff was basically the same, slightly different.

I don't have a picture uploaded of the support bracket, but its a heavy tee, about 1" wide, 3-4" long and 2" high IIRC, two threaded holes to where it mounts on the pump, and a threaded hole on the bottom part of the tee where it will bolt to the mount on the block. The block mount has the side profile of a hockey stick, more or less.

The older style has just a bent bracket off the pump, similar to a piece of angle iron, that has a bolt hole axially along the pump to mount to the block mount. I forget what the block mount looks like though.
Thanks bud, after some research and looking at your post, found out my pump went to scheid with bracket on and came back without it........ Have a call into them, but I may have to buy a new one.
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If it’s a 98- early 01 your gunna want to use the apps to retain cruise
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