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  I have a 91 Comanche 4.0.  Just installed a high output intake plenum.

  Now power steering pump mounting bracket doesn't fit. 

 Is there a different bracket for this set-up~?

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9 hours ago, hbhp5 said:

  I have a 91 Comanche 4.0.  Just installed a high output intake plenum.

  Now power steering pump mounting bracket doesn't fit. 

 Is there a different bracket for this set-up~?

Yes you need the 96+ PS bracket, also pulley, new serpentine belt, pump, and PS bolts.

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3 hours ago, Limeyjeeper said:

Yes you need the 96+ PS bracket, also pulley, new serpentine belt, pump, and PS bolts.

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+1 I run the 96+ configuration and it’s a much better tensioner design vs using the ps pump like the pre 96 design. Don’t worry, you’ll get used to all these “easy mods” and come to expect there are many other pieces involved most of the time lol.

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2 hours ago, hbhp5 said:

  Soooo, finally got the bracket, pump, etc. Hooked up, but, old belt is too long. Bought a belt for  98, it's too short. 

Any ideas~? Part numbers~?  Thank you,  JohnA

I never buy a stock replacement belt. Loosen the tensioner about 2/3-3/4 of the way and get a string to follow the belt layout. Then measure the string and go to the auto parts store. Request a 6 rib serpentine belt that is right around that length. I believe it’s somewhere around 93-94”

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