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Fuel Pump, 1950 Ford F3

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From: Rwilson50 aol.com
Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 04:36:19 EST
Subject: pre61-list digest Shop Manuals

I had two manuals passed on to me from an older fellow cleaning out his
garage that may be of use to a FTE member. the 1st one is a 1956-57
Fordomatic trans manual (64 pages) the other is a 1958 truck manual(40 pages)
dealing mostly with t/converters and 4/5/and 8 speed gearcases. send me an
e/m off line if they are of any use to to the original equipt. members All
i want is mailing costs.

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Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 19:41:43 -0600
From: JeffH icon-stl.net>
Subject: Fuel Pump, 1950 Ford F3

Well, it appears that my fuel pump is leaking a bit and in
need of replacement. Of course, it is a vacuum operated pump.
I noticed that there are several places that sell 6V electric
pumps for my engine, which I guess are "better" than the
vacuum pumps. I'm concerned more with reliability than
originality, but am not sure what benefits an electric pump
would offer. Any comments?

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