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Old 07-03-2013, 07:28 AM
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Looking for high-end water pump

Looking for options on water pump for 1956 ford 312 (in my f350) - looking for high flow, or billet, or aluminum -- any links or ideas /.?
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I'm not sure if the aluminum pumps are still available.

Try FORD Y

It will be a pump with car dimensions which will require a matching car pulley.

If it will be used primarily for drag racing or local car shows, you can try Ted Eaton for an electric version.

Eaton Balancing | www.eatonbalancing.com

A stock pump should cool a stock or even modified Y well enough. Do you have a cooling problem or simply want some bling?
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I just got one from NAPA, working great. Lifetime warranty. Make sure you get the correct shaft size. 3/4" or 5/8".
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I just got one from NAPA, working great. Lifetime warranty. Make sure you get the correct shaft size. 3/4" or 5/8".
Part number? High-mount fan version?
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Part number? High-mount fan version?
Sorry don't have it handy, but you need to make sure and check to see what size shaft you have now or the pulley won't fit.
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