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57 392 Hemi fuel pump - rebuildable core
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Leadfoot1000
Posted 2018-12-03 1:05 PM (#574566)
Subject: 57 392 Hemi fuel pump - rebuildable core



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I’m looking for an AC # 4609 fuel pump that I can rebuild.
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Paul Hettick
Posted 2018-12-03 11:20 PM (#574585 - in reply to #574566)
Subject: Re: 57 392 Hemi fuel pump - rebuildable core


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Kanter has new ones
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57burb
Posted 2018-12-09 7:20 PM (#574951 - in reply to #574566)
Subject: RE: 57 392 Hemi fuel pump - rebuildable core



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I found this link on their website. That appears to be a generic replacement. Maybe they have an original if you call and ask?

If you need one Steve, I think I have a couple of originals laying around. I have one off my gray car that was off taken off the road in 1987, and my parts car had a replacement pump on it but the original was in the trunk. They would both need to be rebuilt of course.
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oldwood
Posted 2019-01-06 9:40 PM (#576387 - in reply to #574566)
Subject: Re: 57 392 Hemi fuel pump - rebuildable core


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I used a Fuel pump rebuilder in TX to rebuild my Flathead six pump. NOS off of the 40 year old shelf doesn't last long.


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Leadfoot1000
Posted 2019-01-08 10:58 AM (#576493 - in reply to #574566)
Subject: RE: 57 392 Hemi fuel pump - rebuildable core



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Hey guys, thanks for your replies and sorry for the delayed response. After I fixed the car I forgot about this post. I ended up installing a 318 fuel pump with the adapter sold by hot heads. It works great and has far less places to leak compared to the original. Cost of the pump was $18.
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