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1937 er Fuel Pump
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Mike
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Hi,
Is the original fuel pump only fastened whit normal screws? Or come in the housing still sockets? The holes inside the case are very large.
Greetings Mike

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Posted on: 5/9 15:57
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Re: 1937 er Fuel Pump
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To isolate the fuel pump from block heat there is a thick gasket between the pump body flange and block along with some insulating bushings that go in the large holes. Some fiber washers then go between the body and flat washers on the steel mounting bolts. The entire combination keeps the body isolated and heat from transferring to the pump housing.

Max Merritt or Kanter may have a kit for a 37. Max shows a kit for the 38-42 pumps but I don't know what the difference might be for a 37.

Posted on: 5/9 16:15
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Re: 1937 er Fuel Pump
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Terrill Machine in Deleon TX can also supply the bushings. The fuel pump fastens to the block with bolts, I think they are 5/16, but that’s going off memory.

Posted on: 5/9 18:25
1937 120 1092 - Original survivor for driving and continued preservation.
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1937 115 1082 - Total basket case, partial restoration, sold Hershey 2015
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Re: 1937 er Fuel Pump
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Mike
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Thanks for the help, I'll find something there.

Greetings Mike

Posted on: 5/12 14:35
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