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Old 04-18-2010, 07:26 PM
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Any one have any idea where I can get the fuel pump rod for a 337 flathead?
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Shouldn't be hard to make one. Tomorrow after work I'll go and find mine to figure out if one can be made easily.
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Sorry I was late in getting the pics but I actually had to work yesterday. That is rare for me lately. Anyway here are some pics. The fuel pump end is reduced in diameter by .010" and is slightly tapered. Mine appears to have a raised area 1/2" back from the end. I wouldn't think this would be very important and could be left off without any difference in how the device worked.

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One more pic. Length is 10 3/32"
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Thanks a bunch. The parts book shows one replacing this rod with one that has an oil hole in it (no picture). Any idea of were that might be drilled. Probably for exta oil to the cam end?
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No clue as to where the oil hole is. Mine does not have any holes in it. Maybe someone else with more knowledge will chime in.
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You know what? I just re-read the original post and realized you have a 337. The info I gave you is for a 239. I don't know if there is any difference.
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well at least you tried. They are different. Thanks anyway. Maybe someone will know.
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