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Looked through those, no numbers match or look right

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Rock auto goes back to the model T. Good prices too.
Can't find the 391 for a ln800 though


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If you give me the specific application I can look up a Ford part number for you and can maybe find a NOS pump or at least rebuild kit.
'77 Ford ln800 391, supposedly high fan(has a port on the back) 58252 is the reman number we found, but no one has it. I think (or they do anyways) I found a used one in MN.

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If you aren't in too big a hurry they could send it in and get yours rebuilt.
I think the demand is probably not that great anymore for old stuff.
Its probably not that they don't have cores either.
But you know somebody would have to get off their lazy ass and make a call and then somebody would have to look and see if they have a core and then phone back and say yeah we can do that, be ready in a week.
But nobody wants to work for a $50 rebuilt pump.


Correction Cardone pump 58-252 is $32 and $9 core charge.
Are those USA rebuilt? says they have a facility in Harlingen Texas

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If you aren't in too big a hurry they could send it in and get yours rebuilt.
I think the demand is probably not that great anymore for old stuff.
Its probably not that they don't have cores either.
But you know somebody would have to get off their lazy ass and make a call and then somebody would have to look and see if they have a core and then phone back and say yeah we can do that, be ready in a week.
But nobody wants to work for a $50 rebuilt pump.


Correction Cardone pump 58-252 is $32 and $9 core charge.
Are those USA rebuilt? says they have a facility in Harlingen Texas
That's what we'll probably do with the old. We found a used one from luckens?(spelling, out of MN)(right now it's being used for hauling corn to the rollermill, then come planting it'll be used for fertilizer)

I did that with the "safety valve" with my Ford lt9000. Took about a week. Took another in shipping.

I'll have to check them...I wonder why(if they have them) it didn't show up along the way.
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Kochia you could try Autoline is a remanufacturer in Winnipeg Manitoba.
Problem is almost no one Remans anything local anymore its all sent to mexico then sent back.
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Kochia you could try Autoline is a remanufacturer in Winnipeg Manitoba.
Problem is almost no one Remans anything local anymore its all sent to mexico then sent back.
So then it's rebuilt there?
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So then it's rebuilt there?
Maybe.
They used to at one time.


There are some pictures there of a high mount water pump and ford part numbers.
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...purgatory.html
Does this look like it?
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So then it's rebuilt there?
Maybe.
They used to at one time.


There are some pictures there of a high mount water pump and ford part numbers.
https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...purgatory.html
Does this look like it?
No. Needs a port on both sides(for heater), one behind, and the big hose doesn't have a curve on it.

Like seen here: https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/WP_58252
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Never thought it would be on a racing site.... hopefully they are a "well we have it on the computer but not in stock"

Thanks...I feel ripped off now...

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