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WTB: 1970 LT1 power steering pulley

Old 01-05-2019, 09:54 PM
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Wanting to buy a 1970 corvette LT1 power steering pulley.
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Old 01-06-2019, 04:10 AM
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I didn't think you could get a 70 LT-1 with power steering ...
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I didn’t think P/S was available in ‘70 either. I would try the L46 pulley. I do not know if that is different from the L48 setup.

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PS was NOT a option on 1970 LT-1'S. They had a 6 QT oil pan that would not let the cylinder to clear it. Later GM went to a 5QT pan that would in 71.
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Power Steering was an option on 1970 LT1s after they changed the oil pan to a 5 quart. The engine suffix changed to CTK i believe.

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Bill is correct as early 70 LT1 did have the power steering option how ever it is up to the owner to prove it was factory installed.
However I have a single grooved pulley that is the same configuration as in the Judging manual. I am not up to par on small blocks just Big block stuff, But is there a stamped number on the 70 Lt1 pulley and if any one knows please post the part number
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The car has to be built after April or May.
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Correct. I have an original numbers match with power steering.
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Power Steering was an option on 1970 LT1s after they changed the oil pan to a 5 quart. The engine suffix changed to CTK i believe.

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Have unrestored 70 LT-1 with PS with June build and CTK suffix.
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