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Please Help ID 3 Old AC Fuel Pumps

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I have these 3 fuel pumps I wish to ID....Hopefully someone can help...THANKS Steve M

 

The first 2 pics are from an AC pump with the number 9415 on the flange..

 

The next 3 pics are from an AC pump with 1812 on the flange...

 

The next 2 pics are from an AC pump with 1523770 on the flange...

 

the last pic is all 3 pumps

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1523770 = 1937 GMC truck

1812 = 1935-36 Chevrolet passenger car

My AC fuel pump book skips 9415. Numbers around it fit Nash and GM.

 

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9415 is the AC number 540 Stude 1941-47 Commander

1812 is AC number 421 Chev 1935-36 

1523770 AC number  413 GMC truck 1933-34 and 1937-38

Do Google and Ebay searches with the AC numbers

 

Marv.

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Thanks Jim & Marv for the info....I have my usual parts  web sights and books and I couldn't find info on these fuel pumps...

 

Marv, I will google these AC numbers...Thanks

 

Hopefully I can find a good home for these pumps....

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If the pumps are older rebuilt pumps most likely with the tar paper type diaphragms will need to be replaced at the least. Should than be sold as Coors.

 

Marv. 

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