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Old Yesterday, 01:31 PM
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The reason I asked is, they make a pump relocation for a small block chevy. Thought they might have something for other engines.



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pfiew... you nearly got me there Mac... There are small tubes available , flanged on both sides, to make a 454 pump work on a 331 chrysler. Maybe a construction like that could fix the problem? Or perhaps a bit of both, drop the pump and raise the shroud... dropping the pump 2"may cause flow issues?
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Thank you Guys.
Today I found a few more water pumps and held them up against the beast but none of them would work. The bolts that hold the pump to the front of the block are right where I want to put the pump.
I will look at my two Hemi pumps though and see.
Because this is a six cylinder and somewhat long, Chrysler put the pump flat on the front of the block so it could suck water out of the block without any redirecting tubing.
Any how, I took the motor out again and am now working on the clutch actuating lever and the lining up of the clutch shaft and the transmission input shaft.
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