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Old 02-26-2012, 09:23 PM
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1949 f3 6cyl water pump

Hey everybody,

Im looking for a water pump for my 1949 f3 6 cyl. And I cant find one ANYWHERE!! (maybe i havent looked hard enough). Any hints on where i can find one? I am suspicious of an over heating issue and while im working on it id like to replace the pump.

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Try Green Sales Co. to see if they have an NOS unit, Green Sales Company - Obsolete Ford parts, Lincoln, Mercury parts Green Sales Company, supplier of obsolete Ford parts and Lincoln / Mercury parts.* Our Ford parts inventory represents all Ford and Lincoln / Mercury products from 1950 to the present.. If they don't, you'll need to get yours rebuilt. EGGE Machine rebuilds them or may have a replacement unit as well, EGGE Machine Company - Parts and Services for Nostalgic Motors.
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7HA-8501 .. Waterpump / Obsolete / 1948/51 226 I-6 all / 1950/53 254 I-6 F6 & F6 COE

COLLECTORS AUTO SUPPLY in Oroville WA has ONE = 800-414-4462.

Green Sales does not have any. Dunno about Job Lot, as they are not listed on the parts locator.
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Try rockauto.com - they have a return and rebuild program that might work for you.

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wow, these arent easy to come by!! Thanks everyone for the responses!
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does anyone know the oem part number? all these places are asking me.


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does anyone know the oem part number? all these places are asking me.

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Bill "NumberDummy" already listed the number above:
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shoulda known, thanks
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