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Wanted a Fuel Pump Heat Shield for a 1936 Dodge/Plymouth


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Over in the downloads section of the resources area on http://www.p15-d24.com there is a template for a heat shield. Using simple hand tools I was able to use that to make one for my car. I think this direct like might work: http://p15-d24.com/files/file/42-fuel-pump-heat-shield-template/

There are a number of different part numbers for the heat shields over the years but I think it was a matter of where holes were drilled based on the fuel pump used.

Which reminds me, one of the screws that holds the top of the fuel pump on is supposed to be replaced with a long stud to support the heat shield. You can probably make due with some all thread or a very long screw.

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