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1955-1958 Ford Y-Block Fuel Pump With Vacuum Wipers
1955-1958 Ford Y-Block Fuel Pump With Vacuum Wipers

1955-1958 Ford Y-Block Fuel Pump With Vacuum Wipers

Ford Y-Block V8, Gasoline Fuel Type, 30 GPH Free Flow Rate, 6 psi Maximum Pressure

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1955-1958 Ford Y-Block Fuel Pump With Vacuum Wipers
1955-1958 Ford Y-Block Fuel Pump With Vacuum Wipers
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Fuel Type:
Gasoline
Free Flow Rate:
30 GPH
Maximum Pressure:
6 psi
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MFG. Part #:
57940802
Fuel Pump Inlet Size:
1/8-27 NPSF
Fuel Pump Outlet Size:
1/8-27 NPSF

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Keep your Ford Y-Block engine running smoothly with a Speedway Fuel Pump. It has a pressure rating of 4-6 psi. This Ford Y-Block Fuel Pump was designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications of fit and performance.
  • Designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications to fit and performance
  • Gas only
  • 30 GPH (Free Flow)rating
  • Inlet size 1/8 -27 NPSF in
  • Outlet size 1/8 -27 NPSF in
  • Pressure rating 4-6 PSI
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