The power steering pump with a mini-reservoir is a compact piece, as you can see. Before we installed it, there was some simple assembly required.
Once the pump was in place, the 4-inch pulley was bolted to it.
With the pump in place, it was time to plumb it. Concept One doesn't provide prefabbed hoses due to their many different configurations. It does offer a do-it-yourself kit, or many local parts stores can make lines for you.
On the opposite side of the motor, we began rigging the A/C setup. First, the A/C bracket needed to be installed to the block.
We used the proper Sanden compressor unit. To make ourselves feel special, we got hooked up with this polished unit to seal the deal. The compressor bolts to the bracket and the billet arm.