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Old 05-29-2013, 04:37 PM
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1962 F250 292 Y-Block Water Pump Pulley

I am having a devil of time finding a water pump pulley for my 1962 F250 292 Y-Block. Is there an recommended interchangable water pump pulley? I could find one in my Hollander Interchange books.

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I am having a devil of time finding a water pump pulley for my 1962 F250 292 Y-Block. Is there an recommended interchangable water pump pulley? I could find one in my Hollander Interchange books.

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What pulley do you have now?
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It's the original pulley, but the v-groove has a spot that is bent. I couldn't find an ID on it.

It's a 4 bolt, center hub is 3/4, the offset appears to be 2 17/32 according to my caliper, and the OD is 6 1/4.
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What pulley do you have now?
Also ck my thread on alternator this forum
Where in as are you in az bill w might be of help I know who has one but may be pm bill w
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I probably have an extra one if you can't find one closer.
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I just pulled the factory one groove pulley from a 292 yesterday. PM me if you need it. Or you could run up to your local hot rod shop and purchase a GM type single or double groove pulley for a short pump and it'll work. Reason i took this one off was to install a 2 groove GM since i added power steering and needed that extra groove to run the PS pump.
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Jaw, There were 2 pulleys used on F series Y blocks in 1962...one has a depth of 2 45/64"
The other has a depth of 3"...the 2nd one has a p/n C1TZ8509F...Green Sales in Ohio has 2 of them puppies..800-543-4959


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I am having a devil of time finding a water pump pulley for my 1962 F250 292 Y-Block. Is there an recommended interchangable water pump pulley? I could find one in my Hollander Interchange books.
C0TE-8509-F .. Waterpump Pulley-Single Sheave / 6 21/64" O.D. / 2 45/64" depth / Obsolete

1957/60 F100/700 272/292 / 1961/62 F100/700 292.

MILLER OBSOLETE PARTS in Binghamton NY has TWO = 607-722-5371.
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There were 2 pulleys used on F Series Y blocks in 1962.
OP has a 1962 F250, C1TE-8509-F is a 6 19/64" O.D. double sheave pulley w/a 3" depth and is listed for 1961/62 F500/700 292 ONLY!
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I can come grab it this weekend and see if I can find a gm one over at Grumpy's that will match
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