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I need an early style water pump with the "straight" outlet. Like these...


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I am almost certain that’s a 16100-60010 / 60020. Fj25 pump type

Fl40 1962 - later used the one cast iron unit I DO have in stock nos ..

16100-60060 where the lower RaD intake port is slightly longer

I always thought they were interchangeable 💯 % ?

Am I wrong here on this key point ?


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I might have one, please give me a day to check and get back to you
I need an early style water pump with the "straight" outlet. Like these...


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Thanks!




if Fellow Registered MUD SUPPORTIG VENDOR @TeamJB has the correct pump for you , then you should purchase it after u confirm his photos , this is a

very
very rare pump style and hard to find , JB has good NOS parts and i will vouch for him with a positive reference / referral here too :)

your in good hands with @TeamJB .......... .🎑





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I don’t have the exact short and stubby outlet you require .

I looked hard

Sorry

Matt
Thanks, I appreciate the effort.

I am almost certain that’s a 16100-60010 / 60020. Fj25 pump type

Fl40 1962 - later used the one cast iron unit I DO have in stock nos ..

16100-60060 where the lower RaD intake port is slightly longer

I always thought they were interchangeable 💯 % ?

Am I wrong here on this key point ?


Matt

I am just trying to go back to OEM on my 7/66 build date, which used this longer coolant tube as apposed to the later model that used the short straight tube and the water pump with the "bent" outlet. My understanding is that this older style stopped in late 66.

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My current setup is the later water pump in good shape with a generic flexy hose. Bleh! I could easily go with the newer style but my rig it almost bone stock except for this bit of OP work. That one I used in the second example pic went for $30 😭. To bad I was about a year to late.

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Thanks, I appreciate the effort.



I am just trying to go back to OEM on my 7/66 build date, which used this longer coolant tube as apposed to the later model that used the short straight tube and the water pump with the "bent" outlet. My understanding is that this older style stopped in late 66.

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My current setup is the later water pump in good shape with a generic flexy hose. Bleh! I could easily go with the newer style but my rig it almost bone stock except for this bit of OP work. That one I used in the second example pic went for $30 😭. To bad I was about a year to late.

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your correct above on the TECH , YES :)
 

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Thanks, I appreciate the effort.



I am just trying to go back to OEM on my 7/66 build date, which used this longer coolant tube as apposed to the later model that used the short straight tube and the water pump with the "bent" outlet. My understanding is that this older style stopped in late 66.

View attachment 3034073

My current setup is the later water pump in good shape with a generic flexy hose. Bleh! I could easily go with the newer style but my rig it almost bone stock except for this bit of OP work. That one I used in the second example pic went for $30 😭. To bad I was about a year to late.

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Here’s a coolant tube.$50.00 plus shipping.
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No interest? I just found a couple more.
Hey, sorry but what I actually need is the water pump. I was able to find my original coolant pipe which is what brought be down this journey. Appreciate it though!

...do you have a water pump, even a rebuildable one?
 

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Sorry, my cores are bent.View attachment 3050250


come on John ?

i saw on with the straight arm last thursday when we had poker night in your shop remeber ?

shelf 6 row 87 3rd floor is where i saw that OEM
16100-60010 good core ............



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