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Bigger issue is correct mount braket for your engine type and correct pulley. Don't think the 69 Charge would have used a TRW, and TRW came in small and large size. Small for B body. Sure it is not a Federal pump, they look similiar.
What's the correct power steering pump for a 67 dodge coronet rt 440ci with a/c? Currently has a TRW Thompson (Federal Style) large shaft with center hex and large notch (2o'clock position) reservoir. This pump has proven to be quite difficult to locate with a month long waiting list and $500 core charge...yes you read that right...5 hundred dollar core charge. My coronet has been laid up for 7 weeks now for lack of a pump. Heart breaking. Can anybody suggest an alternative that will work with current mounting brackets or a new replacement set? Thanks in advance.
I would have thought TRW small pump for B bodies, but it parts calls that out. You can always switch to another pump, but bracket, pulley (offset), and hose will/may need to be changed. TRW small, Federal, Saginaw, should all be able to be made to work. Correct pulley is usually the rub.