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1934-46 Flathead Ford Replacement Fuel Pump, Mechanical
1934-46 Flathead Ford Replacement Fuel Pump, Mechanical

1934-46 Flathead Ford Replacement Fuel Pump, Mechanical

Gasoline Fuel Type, 15 GPH @ 1800 RPM Free Flow Rate, 4.5 psi Maximum Pressure

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1934-46 Flathead Ford Replacement Fuel Pump, Mechanical
1934-46 Flathead Ford Replacement Fuel Pump, Mechanical
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Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Free Flow Rate:
15 GPH @ 1800 RPM
Maximum Pressure:
4.5 psi
Outlet Size:
1/2"-20
Notes:
Gasket Included. Max Pump PSI (Not System): 3 - 4.5 PSI
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Each
Inlet Attachment:
Female Threads
Inlet Quantity:
1
Outlet Attachment:
Female Threads
Outlet Quantity:
1
MFG. Part #:
91011523
Fuel Pump Inlet Size:
1/2" -20 UNF-2B I.F.
Fuel Pump Outlet Size:
1/2" -20 UNF-2B I.F.

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These all new replacement mechanical fuel pumps are designed to fit the 1934-1946 Flathead Ford V8.  They feature a 1/2"-20 Inlet/Outlet and are stock design to keep that original factory look. 

  • All new replacement
  • Mechanical
  • Fits 1934-1946 Flathead Ford V8s
  • 1/2"-20 Inlet/Outlet
  • Gasket included

Item Details

1/2"-20 Inlet/Outlet

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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