See also an earlier thread on wrong pumps. If still hassling you . They will sell you 440 pumps for 413 sometimes back spacing inside housing is wrong , they varied . Engine rebuilder might not know. Sometimes a steel plate in there .wrong pump fits fine. Too complex to get into here , but FYI . I am not sure of answer to this , beyond say aftermarket aluminum pump and matching housing , or measure from bolt flange face to back of impeller on a known correct 413 pump ( depth into correct 413 housing ) club needs to get into this at some point . Easy to get wrong = poor flow. Due to gap at back ? Plus ac or not issue. ? = 2 more pumps .
Maybe someone else knows specifics , years etc .
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