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  • 09-05-2009, 15:33
    Micks47
    If you get stuck try EP Services Wolverhampton 01902 452914. I had my 47 Chevy pump reconditioned. Cost 50 was done in a week by post and they use modern Nissan innards so easily replaceable. They did mine many years ago and still going strong. Collectors Car Parts wanted 100 for a Zephyr one when they were in stock.
  • 08-05-2009, 16:47
    Hemi Bucket
    You can try Goldendays on 01603 881 155 for advice or the parts, he's very helpfull.
  • 08-05-2009, 16:29
    vince-305
    Hey Chris have you tried these

    I just did and they aint got 1, but they can recon your old one but i didnt ask time span
    They did say that they have had a spate of people wanting them and not returning the old units

    Collectors
    Car Accessories & Parts (Shops & other Retail Outlets) serving West Drayton area
    43-45 Sipson Way, West Drayton, Middlesex, UB7 0DW
    Tel: 020 87592711
  • 08-05-2009, 15:03
    chris
    and it continues - i knew i should have just put a rv8 in it

    i know the mk2 pump will fit but can anyone tell me if a mk1 zeph/zody/consul pump will fit the mk3 engine ?

    thanks
    chris
  • 26-04-2009, 21:32
    chris
    Quote Originally Posted by kapri View Post
    Just a little forewarning Chris Know if I didn't warn you then you wouldn't have had time to hide all the hammers first.





    your refering to my carb 'incident' aint ya

    dont matter now, i though it ended at 10.15 but no, it finished at 9.15
  • 26-04-2009, 15:32
    kapri
    Just a little forewarning Chris Know if I didn't warn you then you wouldn't have had time to hide all the hammers first.
  • 26-04-2009, 15:03
    chris
    Quote Originally Posted by kapri View Post
    YUP! Exactly what you need plus a decent rust breaker to soak it in and a gentle press ( they can sometimes fracture the body )

    eh WHAT - fracture ?!?!?!

    didn't wanna hear that really Kev, i hoped you'd say that they come apart nice an easy - esp as i could prob break an anvil whilst being careful
  • 26-04-2009, 14:56
    kapri
    YUP! Exactly what you need plus a decent rust breaker to soak it in and a gentle press ( they can sometimes fracture the body )
  • 26-04-2009, 13:59
    vince-305
    I was going to say that the 6 pot is the same as the 4 but with 2 extra cylinders but every one beat me to it
  • 26-04-2009, 09:44
    chris
    cheers guys

    Kev, you said about a re-build, is this what i need ??

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FORD-CONSUL-ZE...QQcmdZViewItem

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