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Old 02-02-2012, 12:24 AM
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C9VZ-8501-B Water pump, replaced C8SZ-8501-A
Dennis Carpenter, Concord, NC has 1 = 800-476-9653.
Green Sales, Cincinnati, OH has 1 (800) 543-4959
And...C9VZ-8501-B also replaced > > >

C9VZ-8501-A =

GRIESEL MOTOR CO. in Okarche OK has 1 = 405-263-7242.

ANTIQUE AUTO SUPPLY in Arlington TX has 1 = 817-275-2381.

CARPENTER has 1.

GREEN SALES CO. has 106.
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106??????? Holy honey hole Batman
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Here's what a real Boss 429 looks like.
Mike that is a thing to behold. It could cause a good man to worship false Gods, forsake family and friends and commit murder. And to think I had one when in my early 20's and had no idea.

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I was at Mecum auto auction in december and was ahh-struck at the Boss 429 next to me. I could be off but....didn't ford have to make 1000 motors to compete in Nascar? Would that make only 1000 that made it into the stangs?
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Yeah, that is one nice Boss, but I would be tickled to death if I had the one that Turbohunter posted in post #6.
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Yeah, that is one nice Boss, but I would be tickled to death if I had the one that Turbohunter posted in post #6.
That is a real one that was brought to my buddy Steve Deaver to be rebuilt for a new restore. I took a pic of it as he uncrated it.
My tongue was on the floor and he talked very matter of factly about it. There are levels to our obsession. Some guys have no idea what money is about.
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Hey Bill I am trying to find the proper waterpump bearing for my Mercury. The waterpump casting # is
D0OE-A

429CJ the Torino / Mercury Cyclone are all the same casting number. I am trying to get the bearing number so I can keep my original casting and impeller. The new ones today are crap.

My service manual only lists a 8530 part number yet in my FAG Bearings cataloge there is WK2616-2

can you help me out? its for my
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