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Old 04-30-2009, 04:35 PM
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1949 flat head V8 part needed

I am in need of the fan impeller shaft and housing for a 1949 flat head v8 engine. I have a F-1 pick-up but this part is no longer available from Dennis Carpenter or Job Lot.

I Just need housing and shaft. Number 8639 and 8626 in Dennis Carpenter breakdown. Would you have any new or used? Call me at 717-629-3100
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i got one with a 3/8ths pully if the rest of the parts are the same
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