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Old 01-17-2014, 10:14 PM
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Has any one used a FlowKooler water pump on their truck? I am replacing the water pump on my 72 390 and am looking for more cooling as it has always run hot. I have always used stock rebuilt pumps from Napa or wherever and would like to step up to a higher quality pump. If not FlowKool what aftermarket pump do you all run in your rigs? I am also looking at Jeg's high flow pump. Thanks.

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Old 01-18-2014, 04:16 PM
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none of my 390s ever run hot unless they had thermostat or radiator problems,even pulling the guts out of it on 100F plus days cool as a cucumber.
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For the money FlowKoolers are the best. There are other after market pumps out there for high dollars but I have no cooling problems with them. Buck

Has any one used a FlowKooler water pump on their truck? I am replacing the water pump on my 72 390 and am looking for more cooling as it has always run hot. I have always used stock rebuilt pumps from Napa or wherever and would like to step up to a higher quality pump. If not FlowKool what aftermarket pump do you all run in your rigs? I am also looking at Jeg's high flow pump. Thanks.

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Old 12-27-2014, 07:15 PM
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Flocooler it is

Thanks Guys for your input, I decided to go with the FlowKooler as several of my friends suggested FlowKooler as well. It is in my truck now and is working very well but I will not know how it stacks up against a stock pump until it starts to get hot up here in Northern California.

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1977 F-150 4x4 Short Bed 351 NP 435 NP 205
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