Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Howard Eisenhauer, Mar 8, 2020.
Conventional power steering pump and quit trying to be so special?
I wonder if you could adapt this, it looks short enough:
New Hi-Torque Starter Motor 12 volt Fits 41-49 MB, GPW, CJ-2A
Not sure what the differences are between an F-134 and L-134 starter are.
Actually much cheaper on the E-bay: NEW! USA Built Gear Reduction Starter for Willy's Jeep 12 Volt MZ4113 MZ4199 | eBay
...and here's one advertised for the F-head:
New 12V Repl. Conversion Starter Jeep CJ3 CJ5 CJ6 4CYL 2.2L MCH6203 MCH6215 | eBay
I can keep replying to myself all night long apparently.
Does a hi-lo jeep pump saddle up to that mopar gen?
Crank mounted hydraulic pump?
That looks like the answer to the long generator/power steering question!
I myself am waiting for full central hydraulics driven from the crankshaft with power beyond for steering, snowplow, hydraulics to a 3 point hitch and 2 remotes. 5 levers and a 22gpm pump. It may stall the f head! Lol
Enough of my silliness, carry on!
I've got one, just can't find it to try it
The Universe hates me.
The gennys' are physically the same thing, insides are a bit different. I'm actually using the mopar end on a willys gen case- fits perfectly. I've got a hilo but I kinda like the oil filter where it's at. I'm looking for a nice clean install here, not relocating everything all over the place.
Considered it, been looking for one but would make changing the fan belt a pain.
You, Sir, Are No Fun.
Besides that the only spot it could go is reserved for my Novi governor.
Which I have because I'm special
I like your style.
That ain't a bad price
1955 1956 1957 Chevrolet Generator Power Steering pump gm oem impala Corvette | eBay
Neater but just as long.
& I didn't pay anywhere's near that for mine
Starter Hand Crank Fits 41-46 MB, GPW, CJ-2A
Hydraulic accumulator and foot valve to dump pressure into the pickup side of the pump to make it a starter...
Or... starter generator combo with pump.
Winch is in the way.
The Universe hates me.
Is the Toyota FJ starter short enough?
Or you could put a drive wheel on the back of the generator and mount the power steering pump offset. Gear or belt could work depending on how much space you need. This would also allow you to under or overdrive the pump depending on the drive configuration.
or do an electric power steering conversion.
Don't think so, the compact stater I have is a toyota, ame p/n as the regular starter. If I can find it tomorrow we'll see what happens.
Thought about an offset drive with an enclosed chain box.
Could do electric, I think one would fit nicely under the battery tray but I'd want the toyota MR2 unit & they are $$$$$.
Big Jaguars (MK10/420) in the 1960's used a generator driven power steering pump (similar to the Corvette one posted), but they were maybe a bit shorter. I think I still have the assembly buried in the garage. I'll try to check to see if its still around for dimentions.
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