8.3L Hydraulic Pump Add

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For any wanting to add hydraulics to their 8.3L vehicle, I wanted to illustrate another way. You can use a belt clutch hydraulic pump on the factory serpentine drive. Simply mount the pump in place of the A/C compressor of the kit. Pump has fittings on sides and rear, can use either or combo. Can actuate anytime, regardless of driving, stuck, neutral or drive, etc.....

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Looks like a neatly done install. What is flow of your pump and what are you driving with it?
Thanks. I can’t say what I’m using them for because I’ve applied for a patent on it, but I can run the model numbers through Munice’s website and publish their specs. You can get 24v and V belt clutches as well.
 

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Here is the page, up to 11GPM @ 1,000rpm. So just a bit under the 925 max rating of 25GPM @ 1800rpm, but you can spin this one even faster and out-flow it if you need to.

 
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