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CARDONE® has changed part numbers from 20-6244 to 20-7272 (Power Steering Pump w/Reservoir - A1 CARDONE [Reman.]; CARDONE® had changed part numbers; and then discontinued re-building ops on the Sags; an update from cardone.com; they replied and said it is obsolete. then I asked if that 206244 is replaced by another Cardone Part Number? Reply is NO. NAPA has it listed as part number NSP 816795; This is the correct NAPA #IF you are using the VAN BRACKET: NSP 818429F by justin
Source: by miesk5 at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
"...Cardone part #20-6244; ..It's a Saginaw pump that mounts to the stock Ford mounting bracket and uses the stock Ford pulley and stock hoses. It's a direct bolt in deal. I got mine from NAPA for $99 and they took the stock pump as a core. You can get them a little cheaper from Advanced or the Zone if you shop around.." must register to view
Source: by Mudman78 at bucknakedoffroad.com
"...Cardone part #20-6244; its a saginaw pump that bolts directly to the stock ford bracket and replaces the crappy plastic pump. uses original lines..." for 76-79
Source: by broncomania at Carolina Broncos
Brackets Info & pics, L&L in a 79
Source: by Gub Ni (Shawn, Extreme Bronco) at extremebronco.com via mustangfarm.com
Cardone Rebuilt Saginaw Pump part #20-6244 pics in a 78
Source: by Steve J (seve) at SuperMotors.net
CARDONE® Application Search
Source: by CARDONE® cardone.com
Installation Instructions, General
Source: by CARDONE® cardone.com
Pulley Sizes
Source: by David C (Zak the Bronc, Big Green and Ugly, Dangling Dave) at SuperMotors.net
Pulley Sizes
Source: by David C (Zak the Bronc, Big Green and Ugly, Dangling Dave) at FSB
Rebuild & Swap in a 92
Source: by Jeremy M (Big '92, jermil01) at SuperMotors.net
Rebuild from Shop Manual
Source: by Seabronc (Rosie, Fred W) at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
Rebuild in a 92
Source: by Jeremy M (Big '92, jermil01) at FSB
Swap & Hydro Assist in a 78
Source: by Jopes (Don R) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 78 (AGR)
Source: by OX1 (OX, Jim, James O, Beater, Bronco Ranger XLT, GREEN_DILYSI) at ford.Off-Road.com
Swap in a 90
Source: by Bob K (RLKBOB) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 90 (from a 93 E 150)
Source: by Keith L (TTB Blows, Bling-Bling) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 91 (from an 88 E 250, taking with me the pump, bracket, the 4 bolts that hold the A/C compressor to the bracket, and hp + lp lines)
Source: by Tiffany M (tmwalmart) at cardomain
Swap in a 91 (Saginaw out of a 89 Econoline van with high pressure line)
Source: by California Monkey (Richard, Mama Cass) at FSB
Swap in a 91 (Saginaw out of a 89 Econoline van with high pressure line)
Source: by California Monkey (Richard, Mama Cass) at uc4x4.com
Swap in a 92
Source: by Richard C (Bigric, Money Pit) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 93 (Broncoair.com)
Source: by Dustin J (SOLD, rokhrse, sukngas) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 93 (Broncoair.com)
Source: by Dustin J (SOLD, rokhrse, sukngas) at azfourwheeling
Swap in a 94 (Cardone)
Source: by foxbravo (aka broncobrando) at FSB
Swap in a 94 (out of a 91 E 150 w/bracket, pump, pulley and high-pressure hose)
Source: by Damon H (Plug Ugly) at FSB
Swap in a 94 (out of a 91 E 150 w/bracket, pump, pulley and high-pressure hose)
Source: by Damon H (Plug Ugly) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 95 F 150, (autozone Cardone #206244); pics are gone
Source: by Ditch Baby (nascarfreak88, DitchMobile, Ethan H) at FSB
Swap in a 96
Source: by vegasbronco1 at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 96 (Chev one ton van)
Source: by David C (Zak the Bronc, Big Green and Ugly, Dangling Dave) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in a 96 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by bossind (boss, Steve) at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
Swap in a 96 Part 1 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by bossind (boss, Steve) at 4x4 Preservation
Swap in a 96 Part 1 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by boss (bossind, Steve) at FSB
Swap in a 96 Part 2 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by boss (bossind, Steve) at FSB
Swap in a 96 Part 2 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by bossind (boss, Steve) at 4x4 Preservation
Swap in an 83 (from a 78 F 250)
Source: by Seabronc (Rosie, Fred W) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 83 (from a 78 F 250); "...The hose problem I initially had, finding one that matched my fittings, was due to the fact that the Saginaw pump can have two styles of High pressure connections. One with a double flare seat and one that takes an O-ring fitting (Powercraft 71202). 3. If you get a junk yard pump, buy a rebuild kit, you never know what the internal condition really is and rebuilding with the exception of replacing the shaft bushing is a breeze. 4. Yes, the shaft bushing. I read all the writeups by people who had rebuilt the Saginaw PS pump I could find and they all avoided any comment on the bushing except to say, "well the bushing is OK so I didn't need to replace it". Personally, I believe they were avoiding the truth. It is a testament to the Saginaw design that it can run just fine with a lot of internal damage. One of the pumps I rebuilt had a chewed up bushing and seriously scored rotor from metal pieces running around inside the pump. ...back to replacing the shaft bushing. To do this, you need the availability of a hydraulic press, fortunately I maintain a good relationship with a professional mechanic and could use his. To press the old one out, you need a 15 MM impact deep socket or a 16 MM standard deep socket, they fit perfectly inside the bushing seat without binding and the job is a breeze with the right tool..."
Source: by Seabronc (Rosie, Fred W) at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
Swap in an 83 4.9; "...went to NAPA and got the return line Part number 7-1899 and the pressure line (from a E150 van) Part number 7-3344..."
Source: by Michael C (collinsperformance, The Money Monster) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 85
Source: by Tim O (RED WAGON, redwagon) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 85
Source: by Tim O (RED WAGON, redwagon) at FSB
Swap in an 85 (from an 1985 ish Ford van)
Source: by Chris B (Blue, bronco boy) at chrisb.users.SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 86
Source: by David M (SuperDave77, SuperDave, TheBull) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 86
Source: by xris at SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 86
Source: by xris at FSB
Swap in an 86
Source: by Ryan M (Fireguy50) at SuperMotors.net
Swap in an 86 (Cardone 20-6878)
Source: by Sixlitre (Malcolm H, Eddie Bauer) at SuperMotors.net 
Swap in an 86 (from an 84 Econline van and hose)
Source: by David M (SuperDave77, SuperDave, TheBull) at FSB
Swap in an 86 (from mid 80's carbed Ford Econoline)
Source: by Aikidoka (Adam O) at FSB
Swap in an 86 (from mid 80's carbed Ford Econoline)
Source: by Aikidoka (Adam O) at bucknakedoffroad.com
Swap in an 87 (from a 90's model E-150 EFI same block as mine)
Source: by WhinoCaballo at FSB
Swap in an 87 (from an 84 E150 5.8L 351W w V Belt)
Source: by B-Co Kid at Ford Bronco Zone Forums
Swap in an 88
Source: by Reptillikus (Kevin W) at forensick.net
Swap in an 88 (AGR); "...The high-pressure line was not a correct fit. I made a call to winches plus and got an adapter to fit the Bronco High press line, to the Sag box, part number 90-50100. Now, I just needed the adapter because I had a mile marker high pressure line, you might need to but the mile marker line from them and the adapter..."
Source: by Mark H (welndmn, Wheeling Demon) at wt4x4.net
Swap in an 88 (AGR); "...The high-pressure line was not a correct fit. I made a call to winches plus and got an adapter to fit the Bronco High press line, to the Sag box, part number 90-50100. Now, I just needed the adapter because I had a mile marker high pressure line, you might need to but the mile marker line from them and the adapter..." (narrative, no pics)
Source: by Mark H (welndmn, Wheeling Demon) at welndmn.rockcrawler.com site via web.archive.org
Swap in an 89 (Cardone 20-2878)
Source: by John D (jdbronco) at wt4x4.net
Swap info & pics in a 79
Source: by Nick B at SuperMotors.net
Swap Info & pics in a 95
Source: by Pepper (J A F O, Big Pig) at SuperMotors.net
Swap info & pics in an 87
Source: by Todd H at SuperMotors.net
Swap info & pics in an 89
Source: by Swampwalker3 (Zane) at FSB
Swap Info & pics; (Cardone 20-6244) direct bolt in replacement in 78-79
Source: by Trent (InfoFord, Picador, a Four Door 79) at broncotech.com
Swap pics in a 78
Source: by broncofreak2000 (superbeast) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in a 79
Source: by axaviere (Truck) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in a 90 F 250
Source: by snowracer (Erik) at FSB
Swap pics in a 91
Source: by Meixter (Cookie Monster) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in a 91 (Saginaw out of a 89 Econoline van with high pressure line)
Source: by California Monkey (Richard, Mama Cass) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in a 96
Source: by David C (Zak the Bronc, Big Green and Ugly, Dangling Dave) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in a 96
Source: by David C (Zak the Bronc, Big Green and Ugly, Dangling Dave) at FSB
Swap pics in a 96 Part 1 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by bossind (boss, Steve) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in a 96 Part 2 (from F 350, reservoir is from a 98 F 150)
Source: by boss (bossind, Steve) at SuperMotors.net
Swap pics in an 86
Source: by Ryan M (Fireguy50) at fordfuelinjection.com
Swap pics; direct bolt in replacement pn 20-6244 in 78-79
Source: by Trent (InfoFord, Picador, a Four Door 79) at ncspecialties.com
Swap Tips
Source: by Zach K (BurnedB, BurnedBronco, Badassbronco) at FSB
Swap w/Stock Brackets in an 87
Source: by appy at FSB
Swap w/Stock Brackets in an 87
Source: by appy at SuperMotors.net
Swap, York Air Compressor in a 78
Source: by Jopes (Don R) at FSB
Various Pump pics
Source: by Zach K (BurnedB, BurnedBronco, Badassbronco) at SuperMotors.net
Volume & Pressure Upgrades
Source: by westtexasoffroad.homestead.com