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Old Ford truck parts

So I've got a Ford grain truck with the 391 and it needs a new water pump.(high fan, well technically just the gasket, but the pump is 40 years old, so why not replace it while it's apart?) anyone know of a place to find old Ford truck parts?

(I've tried all the chain stores, and am starting down the list of known used parts places)

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https://m.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=...+391+waterpump
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Was the 391 used in new Holland combines??
And is the 391 different from the 390?
Ford FE block... I think 351cid to 427.
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I just replaced a pump just like your need in a L800 with 429 in it had no trouble got it threw napa. Where they got it from I have no idea. Timing cover gasket kit to 2 weeks to get because crank seal with something odd
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Was the 391 used in new Holland combines??
And is the 391 different from the 390?
Ford FE block... I think 351cid to 427.
Just throwing stuff against the wall here....
Yeah the NH 1500 had 391's for sure, saw one with one. Any water pump from an FE block would bolt on but you have to watch how long the "nose" of the pump is that the fan bolts to. They changed the lengths of them for different engines and you could have trouble with your pulleys being out if line. A guy can always bring the old one in and see if it's the same I guess.
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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.

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Was the 391 used in new Holland combines??
And is the 391 different from the 390?
Ford FE block... I think 351cid to 427.
Just throwing stuff against the wall here....
The 391 is a FT block. (331,361 ect) from what I understand very few parts interchange with the FE motors. Think the whole top end is alot different. The FTs had full skirt pistons with an extra ring. Made for industrial use.

Friend had one with the same issue a couple years ago. We had the same idea just use an 390 pickup engine he had for parts. Nope.
Ended up getting a distributor and the waterpump through napa. Took 2wks and cant remember the brand on the box but had a core so must be sombody rebuild them....
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Good to know... I hope I'm not derailing in asking...
Does the "FT" industrial engine have the same massive intake style the "FE" engines have, with the valve cover going over it.. and I think the push rods go through it??

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Good to know... I hope I'm not derailing in asking...
Does the "FT" industrial engine have the same massive intake style the "FE" engines have, with the valve cover going over it.. and I think the push rods go through it??
Yep. Has the same style intake.
(Just going from memory as I'm not a BBF guy)Think they even bolt on but the ports are smaller on the ft and the crossover is in a different spot. The valve covers have an extra bolt or two and the exhaust manifolds are a bit different. Think the valves are smaller and have a little different rocker shaft...

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