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Old 06-30-2020, 08:36 AM   #1
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Default Double-Action Fuel/Vacuum Pump

Any idea where I can buy a quality rebuild kit for a double-action fuel/vacuum pump? I don't know much about the unit I have, which came on a core engine I purchased. The pump was made by AC Delco and fits a standard shoebox Ford-era fuel-pump mount. After cleaning it up, the only numbers I found on it are "4654" embossed near one of the gasket surfaces. I'd like to run this pump on my '51 Ford to enhance the vacuum-operated wipers.

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Old 06-30-2020, 04:43 PM   #2
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https://www.daytonaparts.com/m/index.html
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Old 06-30-2020, 04:48 PM   #3
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Charlie ny on this forum rebuilds fuel pumps and may have the parts you need too. He has quality parts and does outstanding work also.

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Old 06-30-2020, 05:24 PM   #4
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A new combo pump seems to be available from autozone and summit for too much money. SP1265MP. About $190. Jack E/NJ
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Old 06-30-2020, 06:41 PM   #5
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1951 1952 1953 FORD CUSTOMLINE V-8 FUEL PUMP REBUILD KIT FOR MODERN FUELS 9601 US $76.99

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1951-1952-1...YAAOSwrD9dve8H


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Condition: New other (see details) Seller Notes: “MADE IN THE USA WITH MODERN NITRILE/NEOPRENE MATERIALS-COMPATIBLE WITH MODERN FUELS-ETHANOL TOLERANT” Superseded Part Number: 255 CID ENGINE, 239 CID ENGINE, V8, 9597, 9601, 9941, 9971, MADE IN THE USA, ETHANOL TOLERANT PARTS, NITRILE DIAPHRAGMS, SAFE FOR MODERN FUELS, ALL MODERN MATERIALS, ETHANOL SAFE Manufacturer Part Number: 1BA-9350H

Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Fuel Pump Type: Mechanical Interchange Part Number: DOUBLE ACTION, VACUUM WIPERS, 1539941, 1539597, 1539601, 1539971, 1BA-9350H, V-8 FLATHEAD, MAINLINE, DELUXE, CUSTOM, CUSTOMLINE, CRESTLINE, AC#9597, AC#9601, MONTEREY, AC#9941, AC DOUBLE ACTION PUMP, 9597, 9941 Other Part Number: FPA-186 Country of Manufacture: United States Brand: AC

Part Brand: AC DELCO FUEL PUMP KIT Fitment Type: Direct Replacement Surface Finish: MADE IN THE USA Warranty: YES Compatible Fuel: MODERN UNLEADED FUELS
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Old 06-30-2020, 07:21 PM   #6
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Charlie ny on this forum rebuilds fuel pumps and may have the parts you need too. He has quality parts and does outstanding work also.

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I second this approach - Charlie does excellent work on a variety of things: Carbs, fuel-pumps and super-gonzo 2nd gear secret-squirrel bushing work for me. LOL
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I got the parts for mine from Daytona worked out great.
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Old 06-30-2020, 10:32 PM   #8
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Perhaps the Nitrile/Neoprene mentioned in the kit on display is newly formulated or
something .........any nitrile I used when developing my brand of diaphragm became
suspiciously gummy after a three day soak in corn gas. It's military grade viton for me,
thank you very much, cost thru the roof but worth it.
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Old 07-01-2020, 08:56 AM   #9
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Perhaps the Nitrile/Neoprene mentioned in the kit on display is newly formulated or
something .........any nitrile I used when developing my brand of diaphragm became
suspiciously gummy after a three day soak in corn gas. It's military grade viton for me,
thank you very much, cost thru the roof but worth it.
Charlie ny
Charlie, do you sell rebuild kits for these double-action pumps or do you recommend purchasing from Daytona parts? Both you and they were SUPER helpful when I ordered a Holley rebuild kit recently.

Thanks, everyone for the suggestions!
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