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Some one put on an aftermarket 12v fuel pump. Is there a company out there that sells rebuild kits for the original pump?

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I only found stuff for the carb not the fuel pump

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I have a 464 also in a B75 Firetruck- I sent mine to Kanter Auto Restoration http://www.kanterrestoration.com/

They rebuilt mine like new in about 3 days cost  $84 but that was a few years ago. They normally do AC Fuel Pumps for chevy's etc. Just call them and let them it is a regular type AC Fuel pump and you know another guy that had a few rebuilt by them and are still working.

 

Firemack

 

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2 hours ago, b422 said:

I only found stuff for the carb not the fuel pump

Sorry I also meant to put info for fuel pump. TERRILL MACHINE INC. 1000 CR 454, DeLeon, TX 76444 PH: 254- 893- 2610. I've used them for automotive  fuel pumps and always been satisfied. They don't have a website.

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interesting. B422 would have a size 3 bellhousing originally and a baby quad or duplex 77 series. someone would have to change motor mounts and all to put a 464 in there. never amazes me how much wrenching went on with these old trucks

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yes according to the build sheet from mack museum it came with a en438. so you are correct some one had to put in some time to change the engine out.

I took off the fuel pump and pulled a number from it. Its an AC 855573

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I think I've got what you want. This came In a bunch of parts I bought several years ago. I have no use for it. It appears NOS or at least rebuilt. Pm me for further info and I may also have some carbs for the same engine.

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