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    Default need fuel civy fuel pump #s

    I bought a fuel pump rebuild kit from VPW. The kit had diaphragm assembly and lower bowl gasket. No valve seals vacum parts at all.
    After reinstalling unable to catch prime.
    I'd like to find a civvy fuel pump to replace original until I can get all parts for complete rebuild.
    Can anyone give me the correct vehicle to order the pump for or a Advanced or Napa auto part numbers.
    Thank you for any help.

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    I think a pump off of a chevy 258 will work.
    I have one on mine,Took the old pump to Advance and told them to match the arm length.
    Then the kid asked what is all this stuff on top of the fuel pump? I told him
    Don't worry about all the stuff on the top half,You would'nt understand it.
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    You can get a kit for both the top (vacuum) part and the bottom (fuel) part from:http://www.maritimedragracing.com/an...rts_cellar.htm

    This listing is the one you want to do both:

    "DUAL ACTION" (PUMPS FUEL and Boosts Kit: $47.50 to $69.50
    Manifold VACUUM for wipers and heater controls)


    You can also get this pump from Autozone and use it as just a fuel pump for the 230...no vacuum part...note that price varies by zip code...yours may be lower or higher:


    Airtex Master / Fuel Pump
    Jeep J-Pickup 3.8L 2BL OHC 6cyl
    Part Number: 6510
    Price:
    $31.99

    SPECIAL ORDER
    Ships within 3-5 business days.
    Part Number: 6510
    Weight: 1.92 lbs
    Warranty: 1 YR
    Application: With electric wipers
    Fitting Size: Inlet - 1/8 inch - 27 inch , Outlet - 1/8 inch - 27 inch
    Pins: Inlet - 1/8 inch - 27 inch , Outlet - 1/8 inch - 27 inch
    Fitting Type: Inlet - NPSF, Outlet - NPSF
    Discard Thickness: Inlet - NPSF, Outlet - NPSF
    Gallons Per Hour: 20
    Pressure Rating: 3 1/2 - 4 1/2 PSI
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    Talking got em ordered

    thanks
    Advance Auto Parts fuel pump be here tomorrow.
    Now and Then kit ordered I think he said it was $54 plus shipping.
    I' m on vacation next week, one way or another I'm gonna get the 67 running again and if I have time I'll get my 68 stopping!
    thanks again

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    Hey Brute
    Do I understand it correctly that maritimedragracing has a complete replacment W/Vac side. Direct bolt on fuel pump? OR just a rebuilt kit with the newer more durable rubber diaphrams. Please advise one of the pumps they show looks very close to the same thing.

    Thanks

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    They carry the kit, with instructions, to rebuild both the fuel pump and vacuum pump side of the unit yourself with the diaphragms ready for modern fuels.
    Several members have used this kit and I have yet to hear of a failure.
    Lord send your Holy Ghost into our hearts and make the desire of our hearts Your Will.

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    Very cool Once again the Zone comes through.

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