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  1. Hi There all, Can anyone advise on the removal of the water pump on a 1925 Buick Standard? I think this problem would be the same for all models with the delco starter/generator and distributor at the rear, which is driven by a single shaft from the timing/crank gears at the front. I have read the work shop manual and it does not provide much clear direction. After following it to the letter, I cannot slide the shaft forward enough to get it clear of the distributor. I think I might have to get the front timing cover off move the shaft far enough forward to pull it clear of the distributor??? Then out through the back once it is clear of the dissy?? Does anyone have any recollection or a better quality workshop manual? Thanks very much Ben
  2. once again, I need to call on you for help with my Buick. I bought a new water pump. There is only a single option available for the 401 engine. When I got it home, I checked for fit (I thought) by looking at the bolt holes. Yup, everything lines up, and when I laid it on top of the timing case cover on a workbench, it looked fine. So.......I went ahead and turned in the core. This is not my first rodeo, so I should have known not to turn in the core until the new part was installed. But when I went to install it today, I could see from the top down view, that the pump did not mate correctly only at the point where the lower radiator hose connects to the pump. The new pump is about 3/4" longer at this point, than the timing case cover, which leaves the back of the pump with an opening that can not seal. All the pump part numbers are the same from 1962 thru 1966. I can't find an alternate part number, like without A/C, or, Manual tranny, or anything silly like that. Anybody have any ideas?? My core is long gone, so if that's your idea....too late. Thank you, in advance.
  3. I'm working on a 65 riviera that sat for 10 years. I got it started and the water pump started leaking. No big surprise there. But while I was changing the water pump I got the bright idea to tighten the bolts around the timing cover. they looked wet. One bolt snapped off with hardly any pressure. It looked more corroded than I would have expected. So, I created a lot of extra work for myself taking the timing cover off to extract the broken bolt. When I took out one timing cover bolt near the fuel pump, much to my surprise, antifreeze came pouring out. I felt that from the corosion I saw on the other bolt that it was getting into coolant too. Can anyone tell me if there are bolts on the 401 that are supposed to thread into the cooling jacket??Please tell me this is normal. Thank you in advance!!
  4. Hi I'm looking for some 337 parts,clutch/flywheel, bellhousing ,starter as well as a drivers side water pump. thanks in advance corey
  5. I've checked with every auto parts store and hot rod shop in town and no one can get me a water pump. just about everyone can find it, but no manufacturer carries a 59-60 water pump for the 364. The 62 is the only one anyone can find with the same foot print but the shaft isn't long enough to reach the pulley and fan. I've even ordered one off the internet, only to receive an email telling me the manufacturer doesn't carry them. does anyone know where i can find a water pump for my 1960 364 wild cat?
  6. If you have a restored water pump for Buick Roadmaster 1950 or any information on where to find, please contact me.
  7. Just cleaning out an old garage for a friend and found an old water pump. Looks to be original but appears to have been remanufactured? It has a tag on it that says Stutz Bearcat. If anyone knows about these things, please let me know what they are worth or who wants it. If you want to see photos, let me know and I will take some. It also has a number stamped on it and I can give you that. I just need to find a good home for it. I assume they are not something you can just buy anywhere. thanks. Garrett
  8. I just bought a 1928 Dodge Victory Six. I have no experience working on old Dodge's and have a few questions that I hope someone will be able to answer for me: 1. What is the normal running temperature? 2. Does the impeller on the water pump inside of the block face flat side in or flat side out? 3. The manual says to use alcohol. Can I use antifreeze instead or will it cause damage? I appreciate any help I can get. Thanks.
  9. I need a 1926 Buick Water Pump. I will take any condition. I prefer good condition, but at this point, I will take anything.
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